The first release of Falkon, the KDE web browser formerly known as QupZilla, is available to download. Falkon 3.0.0 is the first formal release of the rebadged Qt-based web navigator, and follows a name change in summer of […]
Another week has flown by, making it time for another round-up of pertinent Linux app releases that didn’t manage to wangle a full post’s worth of waffle on this site. This week’s crop of curios […]
The the new name of the Qt-based Qupzilla browser has been announced, and bucking all expectation it hasn't opted for a name beginning with 'K'…
The QupZilla web browser is hunting for a new name. Development is to move under the KDE project umbrella and it may replace Konquerer.
Qupzilla, the Qt-based cross-platform web browser, now has a session manager. A bug requesting this feature was first opened in 2013.
Busy weekend? Us too, but you can get up to speed with what's happened in our roundup of recent Linux app updates, including Skype and WINE.
Another week and another roundup of recent Linux apps updates, all neatly grouped together for your perusal. From a small bump to a lesser-known web-browser to super high-definition support in a leading Linux video editor; let’s […]
QupZilla, the lightweight Qt web-browser, is on the hunt for a brand new app logo. Several designs have been proposed.
QupZilla, the nimble Qt-based web-browser, has been updated with a bunch of minor feature enhancements and bug fixes.
Pop-up windows, external download management and the ‘Paste & Go’ support are just some of the new features present in the latest release of Qt browser Qupzilla. Other notable new stuff added to the lightweight […]
With the browser market dominated by Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer you could be forgiven for thinking that small browsers have little to offer. But Qupzilla, a multi-platform Qt-based web-browser, is worth taking for a spin. It boasts features comparable to Chrome and Firefox, yet uses less resources than either.