11 Best Open Source Web Browsers I Discovered for Linux in 2015

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Gunjit Khera

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20 Responses

  1. Amol says:

    Nice article you have shared with us. I also would like to share one more web browser Nano Browser. Its a new and first web browser which is compatible with Windows, MAC, Linux, Android and iOS. It has an unique feature nano-shot that enables us to take full screen shot of web page in just a single click

  2. Tahm Kench says:

    Google Chrome is not open source. Do you even do your research before writing random stuff?

  3. John Smith says:

    We in 2016 and chrome is still in the list AND IT IS NOT OPEN SOURCE.
    Remove it, it makes your look dumb.

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