A fully customizable web browser


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Many beginners find it hard to get to grips with a brand new web browser, however the existing browsers on GNU/Linux do a good job of making their tools accessible enough for even novice users to use.

Kazehakase is a free and open source web browser notable for its customization options and the scaling of the features visible in the browser interface.

At first view, Kazehakase appears to have some very basic controls and an easy to use interface, perfect for newbies. However, Kazehakase is not just for beginners, in one of the menus, you can choose from three different levels of complexity (novice, intermediate and advanced). The browser then displays more or less of the advanced controls and functions according to your level.

Kazehakase is also a really fast browser, as it uses the same search engine as Mozilla Firefox to display the websites.

Architecture: i386

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