I finally found two alternative web browsers to Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microst Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari, Opera, and the list goes on. I have been using Qupzilla 2.2.6 for months now as my main web browser of choice. However, the developer has decided to no longer support Qupzilla.
This same developer created a new web browser called Falkon which is actually based upon Qupzilla. The official version of Falkon has finally been released. Falkon 3.0.1 is now available for download.
This web browser is free and open source software. You can install it on both Linux and Microsoft windows based operating systems. There was a pre-release version of Falkon 3.0.0 available since February.
Normally, I do NOT fuck with alpha and beta software. However, since this was considered a pre-release I tested this web browser out. The graphical user interface is almost exactly like Qupzilla.
However, when I tested it there were a few areas that became problematic. Falkon has been my backup web browser to Qupzilla for the past three months. Now that this alternative web browsers official release is here, I may make Falkon my main web browser of choice.
Falkon 3.0.1 official release is the first ever bug fix version. This version was released on May eight two thousand eighteen. Falkon is NOT yet available for Macintosh operating system.
Amazingly, the developer is working on a Macintosh version. You can install Falkon as a stand alone application or use it as a portable application. Fourteen bugs were fixed in this first ever official Falcon web browser 3.0.1.
* profile migration for QupZilla
* wrong form data
* wrong back and forward buttons
* loading uniform resource locator 20%
* download text files
* download manager not closing restored tabs
* location bar site icon
* QtWebEngine 5.11 problems
* speed dial blank
* html full screen
* speed dial settings
* crashed sessions
* bookmarks toolbar height
* collapsed parent
* opening new window
Falkon is an official KDE project. This project supports the three major operating systems. Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh, and Linux. Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows 8, and Microsoft Windows 10 operating systems are supported.
Mainstream Linux distributions are supported. Since the first official release of alternative web browsers Falkon web is NOT yet available for Macintosh operating system, then I do NOT know what versions of Macintosh operating system are supported. There are both x86 32 bit and x64 64 bit web browser version available.
For now I am pleased with both Falkon and Qupzilla. I will most likely make Falkon my main web browser of choice and keep Qupzilla around as a backup. Finally, some decent web browsers around that do NOT fucking drive me up a wall like the mainstream web browsers do.
Although I admit that this my dogmatic subjective perspective vantage point.