K-Meleon is an extremely fast, customizable, lightweight web browser based on the Gecko layout engine developed by Mozilla which is also used by Firefox. K-Meleon is Free, Open Source software released under the GNU General Public License and is designed specifically for Microsoft Windows (Win32) operating systems.
2014-02-09: K-Meleon 74 Beta 2 was released. Read the announcement in Forum for more info about this release.
2014-01-16: K-Meleon 74 Beta was released. This release include Gecko 24 fixing incompatibilites of the old releases. Currently only available in English.
Read the announcement in Forum for more info about this release.
2010-12-12: K-Meleon 1.6.0 Beta2 was released. This is the second 1.6 Beta that included Gecko engine 22.214.171.124pre based in Seamonkey 2.0.11. Currently only available in English.
Read the announcement in Forum for more info about changes in 1.6 Beta2.
2010-11-13: K-Meleon 1.6.0 Beta was released. This is the first 1.6 Beta that included Gecko engine 126.96.36.199pre. Currently only available in English.
Read the announcement in Forum for more info about changes in 1.6 Beta.
2010-03-05: K-Meleon 1.5.4 was released. It improves security and Windows Vista/Seven compatibility. Currently available in English, German, French, Spanish, Russian and Polish.
2009-05-08: K-Meleon 1.5.3, an update to Gecko engine 188.8.131.52 with some bug fixes was released. Currently available in English, German, French, Spanish, Russian and Polish.
Update to latest Mozilla code 184.108.40.206 with some bug fixes.
If you have problems to run some 1.6.0 Beta version is possible you need install:
VS2005 Redistributable -- Download
You may read through the list of Features available in K-Meleon before you Download the latest release version to try it out. You can also see some Screenshots first if you want to know what K-Meleon looks like.
For quick links to the main sections within the K-Meleon Wiki, visit the Welcome page. You can also search the Wiki pages to find documents that relate to your specific question. You might also want to look for available Translations of the Wiki pages.
In the Documentation section you can read about the History of K-Meleon, check the FAQ and the Tutorials or read the User's Guide and Reference Manual. There is also an Installation Guide and articles describing how to install and use ThirdPartyPlugins, such as the JavaPlugin, FlashPlugin and RealPlayerPlugin, as well as many others.
Among the Resources you will find, Themes, Skins and Throbbers, Icons, Buttons and Banners, Links to external resources and Translations of the program. The Resources section is also the place to find and share ready-made Macros which expand upon the features of K-Meleon through the macros plugin.