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Speed Up with Midori

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Sometimes, human minds get stuck without a reason between two options, jumping from the one to the other, never finding exactly what they are looking for.

This is what happens to most people with today’s browsers. Almost no one completely likes Firefox and Chrome for their own personal reasons, but everyone keeps trying both when a newer version becomes available. Time to make a step towards something “greener” and give Midori a try!

Midori is a part of Xfce’s Goodies component and as Xfce could be characterized as the “little brother” of Gnome, so we Gnome users may take advantage and shouldn’t hesitate at all to use such great applications. But what makes Midori so great?

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