GNOME Web Alternatives for Windows

    GNOME Web is not available for Windows but there are plenty of alternatives that runs on Windows with similar functionality. The best Windows alternative is Mozilla Firefox, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 100 alternatives to GNOME Web and loads of them are available for Windows so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Windows alternatives to GNOME Web are Google Chrome (Free), Brave (Free, Open Source), Vivaldi (Free) and Opera (Free).

    This page was last updated Jul 27, 2021

    1. An actively developped, keyboard-focused browser with a minimal GUI, inspired by other browsers/addons like dwb and Vimperator/Pentadactyl. It’s based on Python, PyQt5 and QtWebKit and free software, licensed under the GPL.
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    2. Links is a text mode web browser, released under GPL. Links2 has the ability to display graphics.
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    3. K-Meleon is an extremely fast, customizable, lightweight web browser based on the Gecko layout engine developed by Mozilla which is also used by Firefox.
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    4. WebCatalog lets you turn any web apps into desktop apps (a.k.a. site-specific browsers) with many additional features to enhance your workflows. It also protects you from cross-website trackers and preserving your privacy.
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    5. Slimjet is a fast, smart and powerful web browser based on the Blink engine. It is built on top of the Chromium open source project, on which Google chrome is also based.


    6. SRWare Iron, or simply Iron, is a fork of the free and open-source web browser Chromium , of which Google Chrome is a fork of.
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    7. Cent Browser is an enhanced version of the Chromium web browser that bundles many useful features, such as scrollable tab bar, automatic memory optimization, lazy session loading, mouse gesture, super drag and a lot of tab options.
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    8. NetSurf is a free, open source web browser. It is written in C and released under the GNU Public Licence version 2. NetSurf has its own layout and rendering engine entirely written from scratch. It is small and capable.
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    9. Konqueror is an Open Source web browser powered by the KHTML rendering engine (and optionally Webkit) which means it supports the latest web standards such as HTML5, Javascript, CSS3, and others. Konqueror is part of KDEs "kdebase" package.

      Discontinued

      The project seems to be no longer developed. In August 2017 the ex-maintainer of Konqueror, David Faure, proposed to integrate QupZilla, now Falkon , into KDE in order to replace the aging Konqueror.

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