Safari and Firefox both run the WebKit HTML-rendering engine – forked from KDE-KONQUEROR!
Konqueror is the original WebKit browser. Long before Apple released Safari, there was Konqueror and the KHTML rendering engine. Apple liked what they saw in KHTML and used it for Safari, later starting the WebKit project. Konqueror is much more than just a web browser, including all kinds functionality; it was KDE 3’s file and network browser. Installing it on Ubuntu is not recommended for all users as it requires a lot of KDE libraries to also be installed, but for those die-hard Konqueror users, and anyone interested in the history of web browsers, Konqueror is a must. Install Now