K-Meleon is a fast and customizable web browser that can be used instead of Internet Explorer on Windows. Powered by the same Gecko engine as the Firefox and Mozilla browsers, K-Meleon provides users with a secure browsing experience.
K-Meleon 1.5, a new version of the fast, customizable, lightweight web browser for the Windows operating system has been released. It's based on the Gecko layout engine (the rendering engine of Mozilla). With Mozilla 1.8 as back-end and a native (MFC-based) user interface, K-Meleon is the Windows answer to Galeon (on Linux) and Camino (on Mac OS X). It features 'tabs' and 'mouse gestures' as well as sharing (not only importing) bookmarks with Netscape/Mozilla/Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera.
This release has been updated to include the latest 184.108.40.206 Gecko engine. The browser now provides support for true tabs with numerous improvements in comparison to the previous 'layered windows' design. Unicode support has been significantly enhanced. In addition to an extended syntax, the macro extension plugin provides a new parser with improved error handling for easier debugging of macros (scripts used to improve K-Meleon's functionality).
K-Meleon 1.5 is fully translatable and multi-lingual. In addition to the English/International version, this release is also available in French, German, Spanish and Russian localizations.
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