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Linux Browser Review Roundup

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Many of you may not realize this if you are new to the Linux world, but there are other browsers out there beside Firefox. It's a powerful browser, yet with it becoming more and more popular, exploits are sure to begin turning up. Today, we will be looking at alternative browsers that are for Linux only.

Konqueror: Famed Browser for KDE Desktop. Anyway you cut it, Konqueror is a stable, usable and quick loading browser that comes as the default browser for a number of KDE desktop-based Linux distributions. Unfortunately, because it lacks the popularity of Firefox and Internet Explorer (Windows desktop), there are some limited Web sites where this browser is going to show some compatibility bugs. On the plus side, Konqueror has been considered more of a universal viewing appliance rather than a file manager or a Web browser. In truth, it is an intricate part of the KDE desktop.

Galeon. Because Web browsing should be simple.

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