QupZilla 2.2 Released As The Browser's Last
Written by Michael Larabel in Desktop on 9 October 2017 at 07:07 AM EDT. 8 Comments
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QupZilla 2.2 has been released as the last feature release for this open-source web-browser project prior to its re-branding initiative under the KDE umbrella as the Falkon project.

QupZilla 2.2 adds a session manager, improved location bar completer with search suggestions, improved handling of download dependencies within GreaseMonkey scripts, improvements to the tab manager extension, and PulseAudio streams now show the QupZilla name/icon.

More details on QupZilla 2.2 via blog.qupzilla.com.

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