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[quote=guenter] [quote=panzer] What about [b]QtWeb[/b], [b]Midori[/b], QupZilla, [b]SlimBoat[/b], [b]Avant[/b], [b]SRWare Iron[/b], Chromium, [b]Comodo Dragon[/b], [b]Palemoon[/b], Epic Browser, [b]Seamonkey[/b], CometBird, [b]Maxthon[/b], [b]Lunascape[/b], Waterfox ... Is any of them good enough i.e. which of them is most promising?[/quote] None has K-Meleon flexibility for browsing & search settings IMHO. I still use its search engines most of the time - upon pages that support it. I stopped searching actively for a browser that can completely replace it for me. I spend much time tweaking search engines I use with CoolNovo BTW Context Menue Search. I have only used or tested the bold ones. But most of them not recently. Qutweb and Slimboat and some others have almost no extensions I need. Midori e.g. cannot do Java applets and has limitations because of its GUI basis. I stopped following its development when i found it will never do Java applets. Comodo Dragon and Ice Dragon have some security features of its parent company. Rest is like Chrome BTW Firefox. I use them sometimes. Palemoon has some useful Windows tweaks compiled into it. SeaMonkey is IMHO the better than Firefox & clones/branches. Yandex has some advantages for slavonic languages. As for the rest I have seen they have little advantages over their Firefox/Chrome parent. p.s. My favorite browser fantasy is to port some K-Meleon features to Chromes engine. :drool:[/quote]
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