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5 FOSS Browsers That You May Have Never Heard Of

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For web browsing, most of us would prefer Firefox or Opera because of their speed, security, stability, and overall features. While a handful of people may like surfing the web with some of those terminal-based browsers.

For a change, why not try some web browsers that would perhaps cater to a few of your specific needs and would serve as an alternative to your existing browser. Why not try some of these Free and Open Source web browsers that you may have never heard of:


Named after a Japanese short story, Kazehakase supports Unix-like operating systems that use GTK+ libraries. Kazehakase embeds the Gecko layout engine as well as GTK+ WebKit with plans to add the ability to switch between additional different rendering engines (e.g. GtkHTML, Dillo, w3m). Some of its main features are:

* Tabbed browsing
* Remote bookmark (e.g. RSS) in menu or sidebar
* Variable UI (menus, toolbar etc.) on user level
* Customizable mouse gestures
* Customizable key accelerator

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