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FindMySoft Editor's Review
Midori – Fast, Free Web Browser
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The lightweight Midori web browser has quite a lot to offer: it works on multiple platforms, it has a user friendly interface that you will very quickly figure out, it offers all the features and functions you would expect from a modern browser, like Private Browsing for example. As a little side note, the term Midori is Japanese for green. As another little side note, there’s a bright-green-colored, muskmelon-flavored liqueur called Midori that was made exclusively in Japan until 1987.

The Midori web browser, as mentioned above, is available for multiple platforms. It is available for Microsoft’s Windows operating system and it is available for multiple Linux distributions (Linux Mint, Ubuntu, SUSE, and more). Getting back to the Windows operating system, it must be mentioned that Midori is available as an installer and as a portable version.

The Midori installer for Windows asks you to choose between a Full, Minimal, and Custom Installation. The Full Installation includes the following: required Midori program files; extensions (ad blocker, cookie manager, form history filler, and more); language files (multiple translations for Midori’s interface); desktop shortcuts; make Midori the default web browser.

Midory has a tabbed interface that is very easy to use. From the Preferences menu, the Browsing submenu, you can customize the interface by changing its theme and toolbar style. And from the Fonts submenu you can further customize the interface by selecting the fonts it uses. No matter how you customize the interface, one thing remains unchanged: Midory’s tabbed interface is incredibly easy to use.

Midori uses the WebKit rendering engine. This is the same engine that Apple uses for its Safari web browser. It’s also the same engine that Google used when it first rolled out its lightning fast Chrome web browser. When Chrome was rolled out to the public in 2008, it featured the WebKit engine. Google kept using the WebKit engine until Chrome version 27. When Chrome 28 was rolled out, it introduced a new engine called Blink – but it’s worth noting that Blink is a WebKit fork.

Midory gives you all the features you would expect from a modern web browser: tabbed browsing; private browsing; clear private data; bookmark webpages, manage your list of bookmarks, import and export bookmarks; send page link via email; manage your browsing history; display a customizable Speed Dial on the new tab page; use extensions to enhance the functionality you get from the Midory web browser.

Speaking about functionality, you can enjoy it for free for as long as you want. Or to put it in other words, the Midory web browser is free.

I don’t know what’s not to like about Midory. It is free, it is fast, it is easy to use, it is a wonderful web browser!

Midory is available for Windows (installer and portable) and it is also available for Linux (multiple distros). Midory’s tabbed interface is very easy to use; Midory’s interface can be customized. Midory uses the WebKit rendering engine which is known for being very fast. Midory gives you all the features you would expect from a modern web browser. Midory is free software.

None that I could think of.

You can download Midori free here.
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Midori has been reviewed by George Norman on 21 Nov 2014. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Midori 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential
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