Midori Browser: A free, open, light, fast and secure web browser

Midori Browser: A free, open, light, fast and secure web browser

Midori Browser: A free, open, light, fast and secure web browser

Starting the month of February we will start with an application little commented on in time in our Blog. It is called "Midori Browser", and basically it's an alternative and useful Web navigator that was born with the purpose of being light, fast, safe, free software and open source, according to its developers.

"Midori Browser" is for now, a free and open product developed by an organization called «Astian Group» which in turn belongs to a Foundation of the same name (Astian), which is a group of organizations dedicated to the development of free software and technologies and the deployment of services that promote and support total privacy and control of information.

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Before I jump right in on "Midori Browser" It is good to remind you that within our website we have many entries on different browsers in different versions, which we recommend searching and reading if necessary. For example, the last commented was Sidekick, which we describe as follows:

"Sidekick is a revolutionary new working operating system based on the Chromium browser. Designed to be the ultimate online work experience, it brings your team and every web tool you use together all in one interface." Sidekick: Web browser for a better online work experience

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In addition, they can rate many of them directly on their official websites, using the following list below:

Web browsers

  1. Brave
  2. Chrome
  3. Chromium
  4. dillo
  5. dissenter
  6. double
  7. Edge
  8. Links
  9. Epiphany (Web)
  10. Falkon
  11. Firefox
  12. GNU IceCat
  13. Iceweasel
  14. Konqueror
  15. Free wolf
  16. Links
  17. Lynx
  18. Midori
  19. Min
  20. NetSurf
  21. Opera
  22. PaleMoon
  23. Qupzilla
  24. Sidekick
  25. Slimjet
  26. SRWare Iron Browser
  27. Tor Browser
  28. Ungoogled Chromium
  29. Vivaldi
  30. W3M
  31. Waterfox
  32. Yandex

Midori Browser: Content

Midori Browser: An Alternative Web Browser

What is Midori Browser?

According to its developers in its Official website, it is described as follows:

"Midori Browser is a browser that was born with the aim of being light, fast, secure, free software & open source. That respects the privacy of users by not collecting information or selling invasive advertising, you will always have control of your data, anonymous, private and secure".

Currently on its official website it goes by stable version 1.1.4 for Linux with installers in ".Deb format" y «AppImage format». However, it can be installed from almost any GNU / Linux Distros directly from your repositories with the simple command command:

«sudo apt install midori»

And in case of being downloaded, as follows:

«sudo apt install ./Descargas/midori_1.1.4_amd64.deb»

In my particular case, what do I use MX Linux, the available and installed version is the version number 7.0.2.

Features and functionalities

Among its main features and functionalities we can quote:

  • Multiplatform: It has the ability to run on any desktop device and Android smartphone, as it comes with Installers for Linux, Windows, MacOS and Android.
  • Privacy and Anonymity: Respects the privacy of users, since its developers «(Astian Group)» They assure not to commercialize their information, and they also promise not to sell invasive advertising or profile users. Furthermore, Midori Browser uses the DuckDuckGO search engine by default for more privacy.
  • Synchronization and Storage in the Cloud: It has integration with a service of its own developers to achieve the synchronization of all user data, that is, information, history, bookmarks, passwords and much more, using end-to-end encryption.
  • Great Community: Currently has a large community that, as in other SL / CA projects, is willing to help us and actively participates in the development of the project, integrating new features, correcting problems and much more.

Free and open developments and services related to Midori

For now, the developers of Midori offer an interesting online translation service (translator), open source, which has automatic translation into multiple languages, which we can enjoy by clicking on the following link.

And soon, they will launch a Operating system, which we imagine will be free and open, based on GNU / Linux, LLAMADA Astians.

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We hope this "useful little post" about «Midori Browser», an alternative and useful Web navigator that was born with the purpose of being light, fast, safe, free and open source software; is of great interest and utility, for the entire «Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the diffusion of the wonderful, gigantic and growing ecosystem of applications of «GNU/Linux».

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  1.   Octavio said

    I tried it and it is true that it is light but I did not like its interface mainly related to the tabs and the way to manage them, I also do not see it very fast on the web, but hey that is my opinion, whoever likes it then to use it without problems, greetings

    1.    Linux PostInstall said

      Greetings, Octavio! Thank you for your comment and leave us your personal experience with Midori.