Elza Browser – Secure, Private with Minimal UI Browser

  • Post last modified:September 30, 2021
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Elza Browser is a free and open source minimal and secure web browser for Linux, Windows and MacOS. It comes with always Incognito 24/7 mode, built-in Onion Routing integration, sand boxed, build-in ad and trackers blocker. It’s user interface is very minimal and very fast. It is based on electron and released under GNU General Public License v3.0. You can download and install it via the below download link. This is still in early stage.

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LibreWolf Web Browser – Firefox Fork

  • Post last modified:June 25, 2021
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LibreWolf is a free and open source web browser for Linux, MacOS and Windows. It is a fork of popular browser firefox and released under the Mozilla Public License 2.0. It is always built from the latest Firefox stable source and the main focus of this browser is privacy, security and freedom. It does not send any Telemetry data like experiments, adware, annoyances, or unnecessary distractions. It comes with privacy focused search engines like DuckDuckGo, Searx and Qwant. It also comes with build-in ad blocker uBlock Origin installed and Extension firewall.

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Qutebrowser Keyboard Driven Web Browser

  • Post last modified:March 18, 2021
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QuteBrowser is a free and open source keyboard based vim like web browser for Linux, MacOS and Windows. It comes with very minimal GUI and uses pdf. js to display PDF files. It is released under GPL license and based on Python and PyQt5. It comes with privacy focus DuckDuckGo search engine by default and you can access .onion sites via tor. This browser is inspired by dwb and Vimperator. Qutebrowser uses QtWebEngine by default and install qtwebkit-plugins also. You can disable java script and use adblock.

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Viper Browser Qt5 Based Lightweight Web Browser

  • Post last modified:February 22, 2021
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Viper Browser is a free and open source lightweight privacy focused web browser for Linux. It is based on Qt framework and released under GPLv3 license. It is a new project and still in active development. It comes with buil-in ad blocking with easylist, easy privacy, uBlock filters and AdBlock Plus filters. And you can also add any custom filters. You can set startpage, searx, Google and duckduckgo search engines as default.

Some other features are auto fill manager, tab hibernation and wake up, embedded PDF.js support, UserScript support, custom user agent support, pepper plugin API support, bookmark management, cookie viewer and editor and cookie filters support.

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How to install Dissenter Browser on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:November 27, 2020
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Dissenter is a free web browser created by Gab for Windows, Linux and macOS. Gab is a alt-tech social media site. Dissenter web browser is based on popular open source browser Brave with Dissenter extension installed. Using this extension you can comment on any URL and the comment is visible to anyone if they too have the Dissenter extension installed.

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Vivaldi Mail, Vivaldi Feed Reader and Vivaldi Calendar in Vivaldi Browser

Vivaldi Technologies announced the first technical preview of the long awaited integrated Vivaldi Mail client, Vivaldi Feed Reader and Vivaldi Calendar features. Now you can access Vivaldi Mail, Vivaldi Feed Reader and Vivaldi Calendar with in your favorite Vivaldi web browser. These three feature are included in the latest Vivaldi web browser snapshot. You can enable these new Vivaldi Mail, Vivaldi Feed Reader and Vivaldi calendar via the Vivaldi experiments flag.

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How to install Microsoft Edge for Linux on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:October 21, 2020
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Microsoft announced that Edge is now available for download on Linux. Currently it is available in the Edge Dev channel version of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser. It is now supports Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and openSUSE linux distributions. You can now download and install it from Microsoft Edge Insider website. Soon it will be available in the stable Edge channel.

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How to Setup Brave Sync – Brave Sync Version 2

Brave browser is a free and open source cross-platform web browser for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS from Brave Software. Brave recently released new version of its sync called Brave Sync Version 2 . Using this sync feature you can sync Bookmarks, Passwords, Auto fill Data, History, Open Tabs, Extensions, Themes, Settings and Apps. In this article we will see how to enable sync in Brave browser.

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