Rekonq 2.0 KDE Web-Browser Brings New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 30 December 2012 at 05:43 AM EST. 20 Comments
Rekonq, the lightweight KDE web-browser that's built atop WebKit, has seen its stable 2.0 release this weekend.

Features to Rekonq 2.0 include a "web-app" mode, inline spell-checking, a new incognito mode similar to Google's Chrome, support for pinning tabs, an improved error page, and various other enhancements.

More details on Rekonq 2.0 are available from this blog post.
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