I work as web developer and I'm so attached to Web Standards, Usability and Accessibility, I do believe in them and I do my best to stick to them whenever possible. I'm also a self-taught kind of people which means I read a lot and mostly online so I really value any piece of software or website that would make my reading experience just better.
Recently I decided to quit FireFox because it eats memory as no other application would, even GNU Image Manipulation Program or Video editors doesn't eat as much as Firefox does, so I decided to quit it.
I tried Opera, it was good in term of using a browser but for reason or another I wasn't satisfied and my experience with it wasn't convenient, lots of functionalities and maze of preferences.
I tried Epiphany but I needed bit more of control on my browser preferences so I gave Galeon a try and a new love story began.
Galeon is a GNOME Web browser based on Gecko (the mozilla layout engine). It's fast, it has a light interface, and it is fully standards-compliant. You can download it but first take a look at some screenshots and read additional documentation (installation...). Galeon requires Gnome and Mozilla.
Although reading Galeon History would give the impression that Galeon is the bad guy but after using it you would understand how over simplifying things might not work well.
Using Galeon would tell you that if you want a web browser that as promised
I've been using Galeon for two weeks in row and since then never had to run Firefox, Opera or any other browser, it's just the one I need and the one I'm willing to spend my browsing life with forever.
[tags] gnu image manipulation, gnu image manipulation program, image manipulation program, new love story, gnome web, light interface, video editors, smart bookmarks, documentation installation, internet explorer, layout engine, marketing team, bookmarklets, reading experience, functionalities, gecko, web standards, web developer, maze, usability[/tags]