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LUNASCAPE: world's first and only triple engine web browser


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Lunascape Triple Rendering Engine Browser....

Lunascape is a triple rendering engine browser that allows you to choose and switch between three of the leading rendering engines, Trident (Internet Explorer), Gecko (Firefox) and WebKit (Safari and Chrome). You can switch between engines as needed, and also configure automatic engine switching, which enables you to associate specific websites and bookmarks with a selected rendering engine. In addition to the standard browser tools, Lunascape includes a variety of additional features, including skins, form filling, RSS feeds with news ticker, support for multiple search engines, tabbed browsing, privacy cleaning, combine favorites and more. Lunascape is also compatible with many IE toolbars and is starting to offer additional add-ons.

Lunascape is FREEWARE

http://download.lunascape.jp/downloadmanag...ersion=5.1.4.4u

http://www.lunascape.tv/Default.aspx

images: Supplied/Screengrab: LUNASCAPE Triple Rendering Engine Browser

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