Does Linux have web browsers?
Yes. Linux has many web browsers available, including some you
may or may not have seen or used on Windows. These include:
- Mozilla Firefox (and its rebranded [Iceweasel under
Debian] and alternate versions [Seamonkey])
- Google Chrome (and its open-source variant
- and more
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What web browsers are suitable for Linux?
Linux has a large and healthy variety of web browsers. Mozilla Firefox is equally popular on the Linux desktop. Opera also has a decent following on Linux. Konqueror, which uses a rendering engine similar to Safari and Google Chrome, also has some usage. There are lots of smaller web browsers, such as Dillo, Lynx, or Arachne, that are sometimes used in less powerful computers.