K-Meleon: A Browser You Should Know About
Article by George Norman
On 26 Nov 2012
If you never heard of K-Meleon, you should take notice. This is a properly good web browser that has a lot of functionality to offer – and it offers it for the awesome price of free.

There are, as far as I see it, three main reasons why you would want to get the K-Meleon web browser and use it on your Windows-powered machine. Those three reasons are: ease of use, powerful functionality, and the fact that it’s in open source project.
  • Ease of use
You access K-Meleon’s functionality from its incredibly user friendly and customizable interface. There’s nothing about the interface to throw you off: the webpage in the main pane, navigation buttons and menus at the top. From the View menu you can choose which toolbars to use, by dragging and dropping the toolbars you can arrange them as you see fit, and from the Preferences menu you can change the skin the browser uses for the interface.

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Overall, it is an easy to use interface that you can customize as you see fit.
  • Powerful Functionality
Firefox users are undoubtedly familiar with the Gecko layout engine. The K-Meleon browser is based on the aforementioned Gecko engine. This means K-Meleon provides the same browsing speed and powerful functionality you would expect to get from Firefox. Just to put things in perspective here are some the features and functions K-Meleon has to offer: bookmarks, tabbed browsing, password protection, encrypted connection, read RSS feeds, web search, find in page, and more.

All the functionality you would expect to get from a modern browser, K-Meleon has it.
  • Open Source Project
K-Meleon is an open source project. This means you can use the browser for free and it means the anyone can contribute to the K-Meleon project.

You don’t have to part with your hard earned money to use K-Meleon on your Windows-powered machine.

For additional information on K-Meleon visit its official website here.



Tags: Mozilla, Firefox, Gecko, browser, Windows, Microsoft, K-Meleon
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