Excuse me, I am the one who uses 256 colors. ;-)
Congrats! I don't remember having met anybody else in the three years I'm around here.
My understanding of KM is -correct me if I am wrong- that it was written to be a lightweight browser for older hardware.
I fear, you misunderstood something.
what is the point to develop a new browser if this majority is perfectly happy with what other, existing browsers already offer?
You cannot imagine that? Well, where would we be today when...
- Netscape had never developed their Navigator because the majority was perfectly happy with NCSA Mosaic?
- Microsoft had never developed their Internet Explorer because the majority was perfectly happy with Netscape Navigator?
- Opera had never developed their Opera browser because the majority was perfectly happy with either Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer?
- Netscape had never founded the Mozilla project because the majority was perfectly happy with Microsoft Internet Explorer?
I guess, we would still be perfectly happy with NCSA Mosaic - sitting in front of our 256 colors screens.
About the system libraries. It is exactly my intention to discover which this libraries are and install them without reinstalling IE.
Good luck! (this one
might be helpful)