GNOME’s web browser is now more stable and reliable
The GNOME development team was happy to announce a couple of days ago, on December 11, that the third maintenance release of the stable Epiphany 3.10 web browser is now available for download and users are urged to update as soon as the package becomes available in their Linux operating systems.Epiphany 3.10.3 is mostly a minor bugfix release that repairs some critical warnings, fixes that text encoding dialog, and it no longer locks when the columns from the history window are resized.
Moreover, several performance issues have been fixed, and the default charset has been changed to ISO-8859-1 for better web compatibility. Also, various translations have been updated in Epiphany 3.10.3. For more details, please check the official raw changelog.
Download Epiphany 3.10.3 right now from Softpedia.