GNOME’s Web Browser Introduces a New History Window

Epiphany’s 3.11.4 milestone fixes several bugs and adds new features

  Epiphany web browser
The GNOME Project has announced a few days ago that Epiphany 3.11.4 web browser is available for download and testing, as part of the recently released GNOME 3.11.5 unstable desktop environment.

The GNOME Project has announced a few days ago that Epiphany 3.11.4 web browser is available for download and testing, as part of the recently released GNOME 3.11.5 unstable desktop environment.

Epiphany 3.11.4 comes with a new history window, adds one-process-per-tab multi-process support, forces the pop-up windows to respect the window properties, and uses header bars in dialogs.

Moreover, an additional empty window will no longer be opened when Epiphany is started with arguments in Private mode, many code fixes have been implemented, and several translations updated, as written in the official raw changelog.

Download Epiphany 3.11.4 right now from Softpedia, but keep in mind that it’s a development release and it shouldn’t be installed in production machines. It is intended to be used for testing purposes only.

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