Epiphany 3.12 Nears Completion With More Optimizations
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 3 March 2014 at 11:55 AM EST. 10 Comments
GNOME's Epiphany web-browser already received some major improvements during the 3.12 development cycle but the work isn't quite over yet.

In development towards Epiphany 3.12 as the GNOME Web Browser, its gained support for multiple web processes, improved pop-up windows, changes to the UI, and a lot of other refinements.

Epiphany 3.11.91 was released this morning and it brings some more last minute changes. Landing into this 3.12 beta are more improvements to the new HTML overview page, performance optimizations for about pages, optimizations to tab creation, fixes for the DoNotTrack mode, and other minor fixes.
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