What are the best web browsers for Linux?

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    #1Google Chrome

    Google Chrome

    Google Chrome is a web browser developed by Google LLC. Initially released as a browser for Windows, this freeware application was later on release for iOS, macOS, Linux, and Android. This also includes extensions and plugins.


    Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, Linux


    Roy Ramos
    Written on November 9, 2018
    "Still the best browser regardless of what OS you're running. It has a clean and simple interface, it's quick and customizable, and its built-in ad blocking capabilities is one of the best out there. 👌"
  2. 13

    #2Mozilla Firefox

    Mozilla Firefox

    Mozilla Firefox is a web browser developed by Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Corp. Compatible with Linux, macOS, Windows, Fire TV, and other operating systems, Firefox features private browsing, spell-checking, plugins, and so on.


    Android, iOS, Windows, Mac


    Tyler Delgado
    Written on November 9, 2018
    "The king of customization. Its library of available extension is second to none and with its recent performance changes and visual overhaul with the Quantum update, it definitely gives Chrome a run for its money. ❤"
  3. 9



    Vivaldi is a free web browser developed by Vivaldi Technologies for Windows PC, macOS, and Linux computers. It features tab management, custom keyboard shortcuts, and a secure private browsing.


    Windows, Mac, Linux


    Jose Gordon
    Written on November 9, 2018
    "The new kid on the block. It combines the customizability of Firefox and mixes with the performance of Chrome to make a very compelling alternative to both. Admirable freshman effort. 😁"
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    #4Brave Browser

    Brave Browser
    Brave Web Browser is a free web browser focused on ad blocking, security protection, data optimization and an enhanced battery experience for the user. It is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android devices.

    Android, iOS, Mac, Windows, Linux


    Wei Lai
    Written on November 9, 2018
    "A decent option and it's fast as expected but what sets it apart is its focus on removing ads from websites and replacing it with something else affiliated with its partner. It was a surprise for me at first but this was a way for its creators to gain revenue. "
  2. 3



    Opera is a web browser developed by Opera Software AS. Featuring a built-in ad blocker and VPN, this free browser is compatible with Linux, Mac, and Windows computers. Opera is also available as a USB portable browser.


    Android, Windows, Mac, Linux


    Peter Zhu
    Written on November 9, 2018
    "Its adoption of Chromium's blink and V8 engines bring this aging browser back to modern day standards. Its built-in VPN is still a rarity among browser even today and its Opera Turbo is genuinely useful especially for slower connections. Still a great option. 😊"
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    #6Tor Browser

    Tor Browser

    Tor Browser is a free multiplatform web browser developed with privacy in mind. It lets users browse the internet anonymously and privately, reducing the risk of personal data breaches and hacks. It is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux.


    Windows, Mac, Linux


    James Banks
    Written on November 9, 2018
    "A browser designed with privacy as its main focus. Its interface leaves a lot to be desired but I feel more at ease knowing that I can have complete anonymity and data protection while surfing the web."
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    Midori is a free open-source web browser compatible with Windows, and other Linux-based operating systems. It is a lightweight browser that features a bookmark, RSS, and spell checking options. Midori also has an integrated adblocker.


    Windows, Linux


    Ryan Roberts
    Written on November 9, 2018
    "A popular choice for Linux users due to its wide availability and support for multiple distros that I also use. While it's not as powerful as the top dogs, it's lightweight and very quick."
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    #8Falkon Browser

    Falkon Browser

    Falkon, formerly known as Qupzilla, is a multiplatform web browser that features built-in ad-blocking capabilities and is created to be as lightweight as possible to offer the best speed and performance.


    Linux, Windows


    Guo Ding
    Written on November 9, 2018
    "A rebrand of the old browser, Qupzilla. It's a good effort but it still has a long way to go before it catches up to other more powerful and more mature products in the market."


Best What are the best web browsers for Linux
1Google ChromeSoftware 16 Free
2Mozilla FirefoxSoftware 13 Free
3VivaldiSoftware 9 Free
4Brave BrowserSoftware 4 Free
5OperaSoftware 3 Free
6Tor BrowserSoftware 2 Free
7MidoriSoftware 2 Free
8Falkon BrowserSoftware 0 Free

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