Rekonq 2.2 Brings Improved Web-Browsing
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 28 February 2013 at 02:09 PM EST. Add A Comment
Rekonq, the lightweight KDE web-browser that's written using the WebKit rendering back-end, is up to version 2.2.

The noted improvements to Rekonq 2.2 are restoring the closed tabs page, Nepomuk2 support for storing information about bookmarks (though Nepomuk1 support has been dropped), bookmark menu improvements, and other minor improvements.

Among the minor improvements is improving the KGet handling, the spell checker is now faster and less intrusive, and then "a lot of small things."

More details on Rekonq 2.2 can be learned from the developer blog post.
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