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Thursday, November 07, 2013  

Lunascape Orion - World's First Triple Engine Web Browser

Lunascape is a free web browser that has been downloaded a total of more than 20 million times by users in 196 different countries. This cutting-edge, highly customizable web browser is designed to achieve the optimal browsing experience both at work and at home. Lunascape comes with over a hundred built-in functions necessary for any modern browser to take full advantage of the web environment of today, saving you the hassle of installing extensions by hand. Since there is no need to install a lot of add-ons, you can browse comfortably and safely without worrying about speed issues or security risks. Since Lunascape 6.2, looking up a word or sentence on the internet is a lightning fast operation with the Highlighted Search feature. Simply highlight a phrase on the page with the mouse and select an item in the popup menu. The default search options available in this menu include everything from translation to news, but you are free to add any additional items you like. With Lunascape, the three most popular rendering engines (Trident, Gecko, WebKit) have been integrated in a single browser. By clicking the smart engine-switch button next to the address bar, it is very simple to switch rendering engine for any page, until you find the engine most suitable for displaying the page contents. Sites designed exclusively for Trident (e.g., bank sites) can be registered in the Auto-Engine-Switch list, so that even if the default engine is Gecko, opening the Trident page automatically switches the rendering engine for that tab to Trident. Built on independently developed technology, Lunascape6 is faster than other browsers that use the Gecko engine, in terms of both startup speed and javascript execution. They have moreover tuned it so as to ensure a shorter startup time than other browsers even with many Gecko add-ons installed. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

posted by Marcus Zillman | 4:17 AM
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