The best, fastest and convenient browser to operate using Linux

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I’m thinking of what must be the best, fastest and convenient browser to operate using Linux, what do you think? Do Gnome and KDE have built-in web browsers and what is it? Speaking about these browsers, are they efficient enough to use for general internet usage? Do they eliminate the mandatory to download anything else before using such software or programs? Anyone, please help.

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The best, fastest and convenient browser to operate using Linux

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Google Chrome is the best browser for Linux. The Interface of Google Chrome is built with GTK+ toolkit, Gtk+ is also the foundation of GNOME so due to this fact Google Chrome gives good results with Gnome Theme. it also gives good results with KDE.

To support my words I want to tell you that Google Chrome with Linux has passed ACID3 TEST with 99% test score. This means that Chrome is compatible with Web applications and should render correctly the vast majority of up-to-date Web standard-compliant sites and pages. So I suggest you to use Google Chrome with Linux Distributions.

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The best, fastest and convenient browser to operate using Linux

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Dear Harry,

Gnome Shell (called Epiphany as well) is the default web browser for Gnome. Recon is the default web browser for KDE. Konqueror was also made default web browser for KDE.

Usually these web browsers run well and have quick access however they are certainly not efficient like today’s web browsers like Chrome, Mozilla or Opera.

Gnome Shell runs quite well compared to the Konqueror web browser.

However, one of the error uses to occur in the Shell (check the below image) is that some of the web options go hidden and therefore difficult to close the browser when the work is done.

Google Chrome Firfox

I will advise you to use Google Chrome or Mozilla web browser.

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