Epiphany - GNOME Web Browser Review
Jul 07, 2009, 17:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The rendering engine used by this browser is the same
as Firefox, Gecko and has a score of 72/100 at the Acid3 Test. By
comparison, Firefox 3.5 got 93/100, Opera 10 Beta got an impressive
(and expected) 100/100 and Konqueror 4.2.95 (included in KDE 4.3
RC1) got 89/100.
"Epiphany comes with a common interface for a web browser and
has all the main features included: extensions, bookmarks,
possibility to increase or decrease font size, tabs, fast access to
back, forward, stop, reload, home, history and bookmarks functions
in the toolbar, support for text encoding, it allows to open the
page source by default in Gedit, a fullscreen mode (accessible from
the menu or using the F11 keyboard shortcut) and a personal data
window which stores and shows cookies and passwords."