- Switch to WebKit2. This brings:
- More stable, responsive, secure and performant Web.
- Pages can crash without bringing down the entire browser: http://i.imgur.com/MKq5Nvi.png
- GTK+2 plugins work again out of the box (in particular, Flash)
- State-of-the-art browser for GNOME, catching up with Chrome or Safari OSX.
- Huge effort by the Web team, in development for more than two years.
- Incognito mode (http://blogs.gnome.org/xan/2012/12/13/theory-and-praxis-of-netbanking/)
- Let’s you browse without storing any personal information, can be accessed from the app menu.
- All new Search UI.
- Revamped UI for HTML5 media content: http://blogs.igalia.com/xrcalvar/2013/02/20/new-media-controls-in-webkitgtk/
- Undo close tab
- You can now re-open closed tabs or windows, can be accessed from the app menu or with Ctrl-Shift-t.
- New Tab button in the toolbar.
- Asynchronous session saving and restore, plus delayed tab restore on startup
- This improves responsiveness at all times, especially when restoring tab-heavy sessions.
- Tons of bugfixes and other small improvements.
- Mouse Shortcuts support (fw/back)
Note that on this video I am not using the very latest one ;)