When one talks about web browsers for desktop Linux systems, there are
usually two options on the table: Firefox or Chromium. There are a number
of other browsers out there, though, including Epiphany, the GNOME project’s
official web browser. In past years, development of Epiphany appears to
have slowed considerably, and it has not drawn much in the way of
attention. Recently, though, there have been indications
of a new burst of activity around Epiphany, so your editor decided to take
a fresh look.
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