Quick and light web browser based on Firefox
K-Meleon is a free browser based on Gecko, which is the same browsing engine used by the Mozilla Firefox browser. And just like that one, it aspires to be a free alternative to Internet Explorer, distinguishing itself due to the great personalization possibilities that it offers and the fact that it is centered on our security while we browse.
A rather unknown alternative to Internet Explorer that it is worth trying
The browser is light and quick, and accepts an unlimited number of plug-ins, having as default Silverlight, Adobe Flash Player, and Windows Media Player. It has innovating technologies, like an opening loader that reduces the time that is taken to open. It controls every last detail, from the mouse gesture to the way in which we want to view the pages.
K-Meleon has an interesting session manager in which we'll be able to store them to relaunch them at a later date. With a very clear and functional classic design, it comes with three different skins, with the possibility of importing more if we want to. It also offers the possibility to see all the images and links found on a web page in a separate window.
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