Most of the world is familiar with the Open Source browser Firefox.
But Firefox isn’t the only Open Source browser out there, and as
K-Meleon shows, it’s not the leanest, either.
When Firefox was released, one of the benefits it touted was
that it didn’t consume nearly as much memory as Internet Explorer.
But those days are gone, with many people complaining about Firefox
K-Meleon is a return to the days of lean, mean browsers. It’s
fast and lightweight, so won’t take up much memory, and loads pages
quickly. The browser is built on top of the Gecko engine, which
Mozilla uses for Firefox. It gives you all the features you’ve come
to expect in a modern browser, including tabbed browsing, and some
nice extras as well. For example, you can use built-in “mouse
gestures,” which let you perform tasks such as moving forward or
backward through your browsing history, opening a new tab, and so
on, by moving the mouse in a specific direction while pressing and
releasing the right mouse button. The browser can also be