Last Updated on: 17th November 2023, 07:29 pm

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Category: Network
Subcategory: Web browsers
Platform: BSD, Linux, OS X, OS/2, Windows
License: BSD
Interface: GUI
First release: September 1, 2008

Dooble – a free, open-source, lightweight and fully functional web browser which is based on the WebKit engine and the Qt libs. It is distinguished by fast action and extensive options related to user’s security in the network.

The main features are:
– authenticated encryption
– content blocking
– FreeBSD, Linux, Mac, Windows support
– private browsing
– open pages on cards (including the ability to adapt this mechanism to the user’s needs)
– a built-in simple file manager
– cookies browser with search engine
– scaling of page content
– built-in FTP client
– the ability to define exceptions regarding various mechanisms and technologies (HTTPS, HTTP redirects, JavaScript functions and others)
– popups blocking
– history of visited addresses with basic functions (automatic deletion of old entries, last card memorizing, cache size change)
– searching content of websites
– support for proxy servers for various activities (browsing, downloading, FTP server support)
– error console
– download manager
– cleaning private user data (exceptions, history, cache, etc.)
– the ability to use add-ons that extend the functionality of the application
– saving and printing of websites
– changing the appearance with help of motifs
– keyboard shortcuts

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