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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) KDE Guide
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13.0 Browsing with Konqueror

Konqueror is not only a versatile file manager. It is also a modern Web browser. If you start the browser with the icon in the panel, Konqueror opens with the Web browser profile. As a browser, Konqueror offers tabbed browsing, the possibility of saving Web pages with graphics, Internet keywords, bookmarks, and support for Java and JavaScript.

Figure 13-1 The Browser Window of Konqueror

Start Konqueror from the main menu or by entering the command konqueror. To load a Web page, enter its address in the location bar, for example, https://www.suse.com. Konqueror now tries to reach the address and display the page. Entering the protocol at the beginning of the address (https:// in this case) is not strictly required. The program is able to complete the address automatically, but this only works reliably with Web addresses. For an FTP address, always enter ftp:// at the beginning of the input field.

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