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3 browsers for Linux you've never used

The software game available for Linux is very large and the browser category is definitely well served. While most people get around with Chrome, Firefox and Opera, some distributions and users are betting on other solutions.

The software game available for Linux is very large and the browser category is definitely well served. While most people get around with Chrome, Firefox and Opera, some distributions and users are betting on other solutions.

3 browsers for Linux

There are indeed many browser options, but today we are going to talk about 3 not so well known but that has its qualities.

Midori

Midori Midori is the web browser that comes bundled with elementary OS, a system that is recognized for its beauty and for the details in its visual finish. Due to the visual standards that elementary adopts in the system Midori follows the same pattern, being very simplistic and with only one button for configurations. You can access Midori's website here and to install on Ubuntu just click the button below.

Epiphany

Epiphany This application also received better treatment over time, just as Totem became just the "Video" App in the new Gnome, Epiphany became just "Web", that is, it is the browser of the Gnome Shell graphic environment. It is given the curves and looks of the current development of Gnome, which makes it a very interesting option and integrated with the rest of the interface. You can know more information about him. on the official website of the browser. To install on Ubuntu just click the button below:

QupZilla

QupZilla Its appearance reminds me a lot of Firefox, in fact, if I were to define it with my own words I would say that it is "a Firefox made in QT", unlike other browsers that use GTK libraries QupZilla has a great integration with KDE. To know more about the browser just access the official website. Anyone who wants to install on Ubuntu can click the button below.

And you, do you know any other interesting browser that few people know? So leave your opinion in the comments, see you next time!

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