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Nyxt Browser is a Keyboard-oriented Web Browser Inspired by Emacs and Vim

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You get plenty of open-source web browsers available for Linux. Not just limited to chrome-based options, but chrome alternatives as well.

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Nyxt is a keyboard-oriented open-source web browser available for Linux and macOS.

Of course, not every power user utilizes keyboard shortcuts, but this aims to cater the needs of users who prefer to navigate via the keyboard.

It is inspired by how the keyboard shortcuts in Vim and Emacs work — so if you are comfortable with those editors, the shortcuts will feel familiar to you.

Unlike mainstream web browsers, you do not have to navigate your way inside multiple settings and menu, you will get all the functionality that you need to access with a quick shortcut or a command.

In case you were wondering, it is web engine agnostic, but it currently supports WebEngine and WebKit.

So, it saves time and improves your browsing experience if you are a fan of navigating around using the keyboard.

It offers a fair share of useful features which I shall highlight below.

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