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Images of IE9's interface leak, including Chrome-like 'start' tab and download manager

There's only four weeks to go until the next IE9 developer preview, and it looks like Chinese leak site Cnbeta might have got its hands on the new build already. I'm not quite sure what to make of the screenshots, nor the Google translation. The Developer Previews (Internet Explorer Test Drive) are not meant to have a user interface -- they're just there to show off the Trident rendering...

Lunascape's crazy triple-engine browser updates to version 6

For web developers, the idea behind Lunascape makes a lot of sense - a single browser with all three major rendering engines built-in. It's also a great browser if you just have a hard time making decisions. Lunascape has recently been updated to version 6, and the new version includes even greater multi-browser functionality. In addition to being able to install native Lunascape plugins, you...

Lunscape - 1 browser, 3 rendering engines

Lunascape is a web browser for people who just can't decide which web browser to use. That's because the latest Alpha version of Lunascape supports three of the most popular rendering engines used in other web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Google Chrome. Upon setup, you can select your default rendering engine. Geck or WebKit are known for their blazing fast...

Sleipnir: Customizable web browser uses IE or Firefox rendering engines

Sleipnir is a web browser that's popular in Japan and pretty much unheard of in the rest of the world. The Windows-only browser lets users choose between the rendering engines used by market leaders Internet Explorer and Firefox. But Sleipnir is more than just a pretty front end for either browser. It's a standalone tool that provides users with a huge number of customization options. Fenrir,...