*SEARCH THE NET:* *CLICK HERE TO GET A FREE CELL FONE!* K-Meleon User's Guide and Reference Manual Prev Next ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Chapter 1. Introduction *Table of Contents* K-Meleon Home Page User Support Development Copyright K-Meleon is a light, fast web browser that uses Gecko, the Mozilla rendering engine and a Mfcembed base. The design concept of K-Meleon is to build a web browser that uses a small amount of system resources which is easy to use and configure. The intended audience for K-Meleon are those who find the big browsers too big and the other alternative browsers too lacking in standards compliance. K-Meleon is still under development and new features are added constantly, though features are added only if they improve the performance and usefulness of the browser; not simply because they are "cool." Whenever possible extra functionality is added through plugins, so that users will not be burdened with extra features that they do not want. This modular design helps to prevent K-Meleon from becoming bloated, which is a characteristic of all the "major" web browsers. K-Meleon has never been intended to become yet another "Internet Communication Suite" and does not require the very latest computer systems to run smoothly. K-meleon is a good browser for Windows computers (it runs only on Microsoft Windows systems) close to or below the minimum requirements for Mozilla. K-Meleon is not at war and the K-Meleon developers do not aim for world domination. K-Meleon is not a stripped down version of Netscape or Mozilla. While it utilizes the same machinery to turn web pages into graphical views, the rest of the programming is the original work of the K-Meleon developers. (What are some examples of the new programming or new features? What makes K-meleon different, other than it's small size, from the other browsers?) K-Meleon Home Page The K-Meleon project is hosted at SourceForge with a home page located at http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net. The home page is the main source of information about K-Meleon. At the home page you can find download instructions, this user manual and more targeted tutorials, extra plugins and new skins, web-forums for discussions, and also a bug tracking system. (these could all be hyperlinked) K-Meleon Project Page At the K-Meleon project page you can find development information, the developers mailing list and the CVS. If you wish to know what the developers discuss or what additions or bug-fixes have been worked on lately, this is the place to look ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Prev Home Next K-Meleon User's Guide and Reference Manual User Support