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List of browsers for Linux and Unix

The Linux user base may not be as large as that of Windows or even Mac, but it’s still an important chunk. Here is a list of web browsers for Linux and Unix systems. If you know of one that’s not been included in this list, please do let us know.

The list is updated monthly and the latest addition to this list is Vivaldi, a browser developed by Vivaldi Technologies, a company co-founded by Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner the former CEO of Opera Software. We urge users to try out this nifty little program which has some great features.

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Chrome logo Chrome
Download version 59.0.3071.115
Firefox (also known as Mozilla Firefox) logo Firefox (also known as Mozilla Firefox)
Mozilla Corporation
Download version 54.0
Opera logo Opera
Opera Software ASA
Download version 45.0.2552.898
SeaMonkey logo SeaMonkey
SeaMonkey Council
Download version 2.46
Maxthon logo Maxthon
Download version
Vivaldi logo Vivaldi
Vivaldi Technologies
Download version 1.9.818.44
A new browser by the creator of Opera
GNU IceCat logo GNU IceCat
Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Download version 52.1.0
Tor logo Tor
The Tor Project, Inc
Download version
Pale Moon logo Pale Moon
Download version 27.3.0
Dooble logo Dooble
Download version 1.56c
QupZilla logo QupZilla
David Rosca
Download version 2.1.2
Otter Browser logo Otter Browser
Michał Dutkiewicz
Download version Beta 12
Brave logo Brave
Brave Software Inc.
Download version 0.16.9 dev
Web logo Web
The GNOME Web Browser Developers
Download version 3.24.2
Chromium logo Chromium
Download version Git rolling release
Slimjet logo Slimjet
FlashPeak Inc.
Download version
Konqueror logo Konqueror
Download version 4.14.3
Midori logo Midori
Download version 0.5.11
Amaya logo Amaya
Download version 11.4.4
Links logo Links
Mikuláš Patočka
Download version 2.14
Dillo Web Browser logo Dillo Web Browser
Download version 3.0.5
Waterfox logo Waterfox
Alex Kontos
Download version 54.0
Iron Browser logo Iron Browser
Download version 56.0.2950.1
Swiftfox logo Swiftfox
Jason Halme
Download version 3.6.13
NetSurf logo NetSurf
The NetSurf Developers
Download version 3.6
surf logo surf
Download version 0.7
uzbl logo uzbl
Download version 0.9.1
Conkeror logo Conkeror
Download version 1.0.0
Nano logo Nano
Nano Browser PVT LTD.
Download version 1.0
Arachne logo Arachne
Michal Polák & Jeremiah Zavala
Download version 1.97
Bitty Browser logo Bitty Browser
Download version
Elinks Text WWW Browser logo Elinks Text WWW Browser
Download version 0.11.7
Text web browser
Thomas Dickey
Download version 2.8.8rel.2
QtWeb logo QtWeb
Download version 3.8.5
xombrero logo xombrero
Download version 1.6.4
Kazehakase logo Kazehakase
Download version 0.5.8
rekonq logo rekonq
Andrea Diamantini
Download version 2.4.2
Iceweasel logo Iceweasel
Debian Project
Download version
Brand of Firefox browser
Netscape Navigator logo Netscape Navigator
Netscape Communications Corporation (now part of AOL)
Download version 9
Discontinued. Netscape Navigator had once ruled the web.
Swiftweasel logo Swiftweasel
Download version 3.5.5
Galeon logo Galeon
The GNOME team
Download version 2.0.7
Flock (web browser) logo Flock (web browser)
Flock, Inc.
Download version 3.6.4
Arora logo Arora
Benjamin C. Meyer
Download version 0.11.0
Beonex Communicator logo Beonex Communicator
Ben Bucksch
Download version 0.8.2-stable
Grail logo Grail
Download version 0.6
SlimBoat logo SlimBoat
FlashPeak Inc.
Download version 1.1.48
Lobo Java Web Browser logo Lobo Java Web Browser
The Lobo Project
Download version 0.98.4

Last Update: 27 June 2017
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