KDE's Rekonq Browser Nears 1.0 w/ New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 13 June 2012 at 08:56 PM EDT. 25 Comments
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A "tech preview" of KDE's Rekonq version 1.0 web-browser has been released.

The KDE Rekonq 1.0 web-browser release is quickly approaching with a number of features developed for this new KDE web-browser that's been in heavy development for the past few years.

Among the new features of Rekonq 1.0 Tech Preview is improved sync support (bookmarks, passwords, history, etc), fancy bookmarking via KDE's Nepomuk, visual improvements, improved clone tab behavior, a new action to block/hide images, and other improvements.

The Rekonq browser improvements are talked about in this blog post.
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