Viper Browser: A Lightweight Qt5-based Web Browser With A Focus on Privacy and Minimalism

Brief Viper Browser is a Qt-based browser that offers a simple user experience keeping privacy in mind.

While the majority of the popular browsers run on top of Chromium unique alternatives like Firefox Beaker Browser and some other chrome alternatives should not cease to exist.

Especially considering Google8217s recent potential thought of stripping Google Chrome-specific features from Chromium giving an excuse of abuse.

In the look-out for more Chrome alternatives I came across an interesting project 8220Viper Browser8221 as per our reader8217s suggestion on Mastodon.

Note Viper Browser is fairly a new project with a couple of contributors. It lacks certain features which I8217ll be mentioning as you read on.

Viper is an interesting web browser that focuses on being a powerful yet lightweight option while utilizing QtWebEngine.

QtWebEngine borrows the code from Chromium but it does not include the binaries and services that connect to the Google platform.


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