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[News] Lightweight Desktop Slackware (Zenwalk), Dillo 2.0 Released

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Zenwalk: Slackware's Moment of Zen

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| Periodically, Linux media outlets go on list frenzies -- Ten Linux Distros 
| for New Users, Five Great Distributions You've Never Heard Of. These are 
| interesting lists but always seem to feature the same distributions.  


Lightweight, Linux-compatible browser evolves

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| The eight-year-old Dillo project has released version 2.0 of its 
| Linux-compatible, ultra-lightweight HTML browser for embedded systems, 
| antiquated PCs, and other low-powered devices. Dillo 2 adds support for 
| anti-aliased text, multiple languages, and tabbed browsing, while improving 
| table rendering and lowering memory usage, says the project.    



Dillo is eight years old!

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| After a very slow 2006, and a project stop in year 2007, the new 2008 came
| with a renewed work force that kept working steadily behind the scenes. The
| fruits of this effort are a new and stable dillo based on FLTK2 (aka dillo2),
| that has more features, bug fixes, goodies and half the memory footprint of
| the GTK1-based dillo!


Dillo the lean browser

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| Using browsers which are Web 2.0 enabled whenever you just what to Google 
| something is like calling out the Fire Brigade when you have just burned the 
| toast. Definitive overkill. If you are just surfing for information, then you 
| want the little browser on the low fat, low body-mass index, skinny latte 
| diet with a low carbon footprint. If Dillo were a catwalk model, it would be 
| size zero. Think of it as the Victoria Beckham of browsers— but better 
| looking; where the big hitters like Firefox, Flock and Opera sometimes move 
| like a Sloth on Mogadon, Dillo tears down the track like a Whippet on speed.       


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