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Midori

Midori

Midori (Japanese for green) is a lightweight open source web browser based on WebKit and the GTK+ 2 or GTK+ 3 interface. It aligns well with the Xfce philosophy of making the most out of available resources.

Midori strives to support all of the Web’s standards such as HTML5 while keeping the browser user interface as simple as possible.

 Midori 0.5.10

Price
Free to download

Size
1.3MB
License

GNU LGPL v2.1 or higher

Developer
Christian Dywan and others

Website
www.midori-browser.org

System Requirements
WebKit
libxml2
gtk+

Support:
Launchpad

Selected Reviews:
makeuseof.com, Tech Drive-in

Features include:

  • Full integration with GTK+ 2 and GTK+ 3 support
  • Fast rendering with WebKit
  • Tabs, windows and session management
  • Flexibly configurable Web Search
  • User scripts and user styles support
  • Straightforward bookmark management
  • Customizable and extensible interface
  • Support for extensions (written in C)
  • Supports HTML5
  • Form history, mouse gestures and cookie management
  • Custom context menu action
  • Internationalized domain names support
  • Extensions:
    • Adblock
    • Form history
    • Mouse gestures
    • Cookie management
  • Maemo integration for mobile devices
  • Speed Dial
  • Default search engine is Duck Duck Go!
  • Private browsing withno sensitive data such as cookies, history or bookmarks being stored
  • Proxy server support
  • Feed Panel
  • Keyboard shortcuts

Midori in action

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