Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
I don't understand what that sentence means. What is a KDE
Lots of tools come with the KDE spin without having any explicit
connection to KDE.
A browser that:
* uses KDE libraries (including, but not limited to, Qt),
* looks and feels like a KDE application (theming, dialogs, HIG, etc.),
* integrates with essential KDE technologies (mainly KWallet), and
* comes from or is endorsed by the KDE Project.
Firefox is none of that.