Midori

Midori web browser

Midori is a lightweight, fast, and free web browser. It aligns well with the Xfce philosophy of making the most out of available resources. It is also the default browser of the beautiful elementary os.
Midori handles all the latest web technologies like HTML 5 and CSS3. Listen to music on Rdio, play a game of Angry Birds, and more.
The lightweight webkit rendering engine lends it the same supremacy in speed that has spurred the growth of Google Chrome.
Midori’s source code is freely available for anyone to download and modify, leading to active development and a diverse feature set.

Midori may only be a little program, but it supports many of the most popular parts of the web, including Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Spotify and Rdio.

Certain sites, including Spotify, will require Adobe Flash Player.

Midori features built-in privacy tools, including script disabling, third-party cookie blocking, stripping referrer details and automatic history clearing after a set amount of time.
There’s also an integrated adblocker and cookie manager installed (but not enabled) under the included extensions.

You can install Midori on Windows, a variety of Linux distributions, or run a portable version for use across several computers.
Category: Web browser

Platform: Ubuntu / Mint, Debian, ArchLinux, Fedora, Mageia, OpenSUSE
LinuxProgs rating: 7/10
Source / download:

midori-browser.org

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