List of web browsers

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The following is a list of notable web browsers.

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Timeline representing the history of various web browsers.

Contents

Historical

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Notable browsers

In order of release:

Notable layout engines

Graphical

Trident-shells

Other software publishers have extended the functionality of Microsoft's Trident engine. The following browsers are all based on the Trident rendering engine:

Gecko-based browsers

Current/maintained projects are in boldface.

  • K-Ninja for Windows (based on K-Meleon; discontinued)
  • K-MeleonCCF ME for Windows (based on K-Meleon core, mostly written in Lua)

Gecko- and Trident-based browsers

Browsers that use both Trident and Gecko include:

KHTML-based browsers

WebKit-based browsers

Presto-based browsers

Browsers for the Java platform

Specialty browsers

Browsers created for enhancements of specific browsing activities.

Current

  • Flock (To enhance social networking, blogging, photosharing, and RSS newsreading)
  • Gollum browser (Created specially for browsing Wikipedia)
  • Image Xplorer (Designed for the viewing, downloading, and printing of images only)
  • Kirix Strata (Designed for data analytics)
  • Miro (A media browser that integrates BitTorrent like Opera's integrated BitTorrent)
  • Songbird (browser with advanced audio streaming features and built in media player with library.)
  • SpaceTime (Search the web in 3D)
  • Wyzo (A media browser that integrates BitTorrent like Opera's integrated BitTorrent)
  • Zac Browser (For children with autism, and autism spectrum disorders such as Asperger syndrome, pervasive developmental disorders (PDD), and PDD-NOS.)

Discontinued

Other browsers

Mobile browsers

Text-based

See also

Notes

  1. "Mozilla 1.0". mozilla.org. 2002. http://www.mozilla.org/releases/mozilla1.0.html. Retrieved 2008-09-07. 

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