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Thursday, 23 February 2017

Some good browsers for linux

Hey to everyone there, I am going to share with you some good browsers that can help you to browse network easily in all Linux distro and as usual its completely free 
In browser s name  you will find official website to download it then lets go
                                   

                              1-Chrome
                                   

By some measures, Chrome is now the king of the hill. The browser has become so powerful that you can buy a Chromebook and do most of your computing without needing another app. All of this functionality is available on Linux 

                   2- Web (Epiphany) Browser
          You can download from softpedia there
                           
                              

There aren’t many browsers developed explicitly for Linux. GNOME Web browser, also still known by its original name — Epiphany — is one of the older ones around. Later versions offer the best integration you will find with GNOME Shell. It lacks the add-ons found in mainstream browsers, but some users will like the minimalism, the speed, and the tab isolation that prevents one misbehaving site from crashing the entire browser.

                               3-QupZilla

None of the above browsers look quite at home on the KDE Plasma desktop. If visual integration is important to you, then I would suggest QupZilla. Support may not be as solid as the above browsers, but it will get you across most of the web. In the past I would have recommended rekonq, but that browser hasn’t seen a major update in a few years. QupZilla remains under steady development.


                                  
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