Nyxt browser

Be productive on the Internet.

Jump headings- find it.

Navigate large documents with ease. Fuzzily search through all sections to find what you're looking for. No more wasted searching.

Multi selection- operate efficiently.

Utilize the power of running commands against multiple objects to avoid repeating yourself. In the example below, we select and close all buffers that match the string "ele".

Execute commands easily- no nested menus.

Fuzzy search through relevant commands to instantly run them. No more digging through menus to find that functionality you're looking for.

Search multiple buffers- simultaneously.

Simultaneously search multiple buffers and view the results in one place. Quickly find what you are looking for across buffers.

Instantly switch buffers- no hunting.

Use fuzzy search to instantly switch between buffers. No more hunting!

Powerful link hinting- flexible navigation.

Use link hinting to quickly jump around. You can jump to a link by its URL, title, or two/three letter shortcut.

Built-in programmability- seriously.

Use the built-in REPL to program your browser on the fly. Run short scripts, and try out new workflows. Everything in Nyxt is fully extensible and modifiable.

Search your bookmarks- intelligently.

Use compound queries with AND and OR to search your tagged bookmarks.

Customizable auto-fills.

Use auto-fills to fill in forms. Auto-fills can be functions or plain strings. In the case of functions, you can make them intelligent. For example, you may want an auto-fill to fill in the current date.

Remember clipboard history.

Using the paste ring, anything you've ever copied is remembered so that you can re-paste it at any time. No more looking for the 'last thing' you pasted!

Tree based history- lossless by design.

A tree based history ensures that you never lose track of where you've been. All pages you've visited are stored in a tree that you can traverse and search. No more losing items in your history.

... and many more features, install Nyxt and give it a try :-)