Rekonq 2.3 Rounds Up New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 28 April 2013 at 06:19 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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Rekonq, the growingly-popular QtWebKit-based web browser primarily for KDE, has seen itself released in a new form with new functionality.

New to version 2.3 of Rekonq, the KDE-focused WebKit-powered web-browser is improvements to the bookmarks/history panels, improvements to the web-view contextual menus, activities support, activity daemon support, per-tab browsing improvements, session saving support, AppMenu-Qt support, numerous bug-fixes, and a whole lot more.

More details on KDE Rekonq 2.3 can be found out from the web-browser's blog release announcement.
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