There is a reason that Linux users are more confident about the operating system of their choice than most others who use Windows OS or Mac OS X. Since Linux is not a choice by default, users naturally put a lot of thought into it before selecting it, which means that it is chosen solely on the basis of its merits. Linux has a much more stable system than Windows, it is much easier and cheaper to install, and it does not get slower over time, unlike Windows or Mac OS X.
Most importantly, Linux users are much better protected against virus attacks, because most viruses are created for Windows and do not work on Linux. Also, Linux lets you download cool and free softwares from the net, going as far as to actively help you in finding them.
Another cool feature of Linux is that you get to choose between a wide variety of web browsers. So if you have Linux and are looking for something more impressive than Mozilla Firefox, you may want to go through this list of 10 really great web browsers for Linux
Amaya is not just a web browser, it is a web editor as well. It lets you create documents and upload them directly on the web. It is very popular among web designers and developers for its editing and browsing features. Apart from these two features, Amaya has remote access as well.
If you live for social networking, then you need a browser that will satisfy all your networking needs and will consolidate all your accounts for you, letting you access them from a single dashboard. Flock answers perfectly to such requirements, and moreover it has Ubuntu MeMenu, which makes it very easy to understand for Ubuntu users.
Midori comes fully intergrated with GTK + 2. It is a lightweight extremely fast web browser that uses a WebKit Engine. The interface can be customized or extended to suit your need, and you can set the configuration on the searching function.
Opera is not just used in Linux, it is a popular browser for Mac and PC as well. Opera has some really neat features like panel splitting, speed dialing, and mouse gesturing. What’s more, you can even chose from a multitude of add ons and change your web browser to exactly what you need it to be.
If you are a traditional Firefox user, but find yourself getting frustrated at the low speed of this very popular browser, that SwiftFox is just the thing for you. While the interface is the same familiar one, SwiftFox is based on the most advanced Firefox source codes, and hence is much faster. SwiftFox is meant for AMD and Intel processors.
If you are looking for a simple browser package that lays emphasis on basic functions such as email, Sea Monkey would be your ideal browser. This browser is a part of the Sea Monkey internet suite, that includes chatting, mailing, newsgroups, and web development tools that make it even easier for you to surf.
Epiphany is a free software that is meant for Gnome Desktops. It lets you focus of web developing and keeps browser interruptions to a minimum. It ties together several Gnome components. Epiphany is fast, accurate, and very easy to use.
Like SwiftFox, SwiftWeasel is a software meant for AMD and Intel processors, but unlike SwiftFox, which is a proprietarily licensed software, SwiftWeasel is an open source web browser that can be downloaded, which makes it even better and faster than SwiftFox.
If you are a Linux user, be sure to tell us in the comments which of these is your favorite browser.