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triple engine web browser Lunascape is a triple rendering engine browser that allows you to choose and switch between three of the leading rendering engines, Trident (Internet Explorer), Gecko (Firefox) and WebKit (Safari and Chrome). You can switch between engines as needed, and also configure automatic engine switching, which enables you to associate specific websites and bookmarks with a selected rendering engine. In addition to the standard browser functions, Lunascape includes a variety of extra features, including skins, form filling, RSS feeds with news ticker, support for multiple search engines, tabbed browsing, privacy cleaning, combine favorites and more. Lunascape is also compatible with many IE toolbars and is starting to offer additional add-ons. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Lunascape Inc Price Free
Version 6.15.2  history Last updated Feb 22, 2018
File Size 34.9 Mb Requirements None

User Reviews

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4 stars16% 1
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1 star16% 1
Based on 6 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Beat it 1 stars by skullbox206 Jan 15, 2016 (Read all my 2 reviews)
I think it's one of the most inaccurate browser of all times. I've tried to use it by curiosity. A horror. show Review details
Not bad 3 stars by swiggy Dec 02, 2011 (Read all my 2 reviews)
Actually, I prefer Avant browser which already has Trident and Gecko engine and will add the Webkit soon. I get less problems in Avant especially when using Gecko engine. Avant is faster and more stable than Lunascape show Review details
It was nice for a time 3 stars by gimpguy Apr 03, 2011 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
I used this for a week a while back and it was decent but ended up having problems with flash, some pages not loading, and a handful of other things but the one that got me was it would not work with PCtools Firewall. Of course there were questions as to why and I didn't have them. If I uninstalled my firewall, it would work. I even did a complete OS install, all fresh and same issue, worked until firewall was installed. I could use Windows Firewall but even trying Comodo with it caused crashing, even when shutting the firewalls off, as long as installed, the issue pursued. I did report to Lunascape and they are very helpful, however, it wasn't enough to keep me using it and I went back to Firefox. I think it's an OK browser and engine switching is nice, but I feel it's TOO packed to be dependable. I love the looks of it and some other aspects but once again, just not enough to keep me interested. As another stated, I can't find a lot of security information on Lunascape, I can only assume security through engine type but no, nothing on security. If they update the engine regularly, it's just the interface not being used and security should "I say should lightly" apply. Currently, I'll stay with Firefox. show Review details
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