Lightning (formerly TurboWeb) is a minimalist, simple to use and free web browser, created with a single goal: speed.
Instead of unloading browsed pages as you navigate, TurboWeb stores a stack of WebBrowser objects in memory. This allows you to return to a previously viewed page instantaneously without having to wait for it to reload. This simple optimisation makes a huge difference to your browsing experience.
All keyboard shortcuts are documented in the application menus and interface.
There are a few hidden aspects which are less obvious however. If you have a trackpad, swipe and pinch events are supported to navigate forward and backwards, between tabs and to zoom in and out.
Enable "TurboWeb Lookup" in Keyboard/ShortCuts/Services Preferences and you can select text in any application and type command-@ to look it up.
Use command-u to restore all tabs to when you last exited TurboWeb.
NOTE: To buy Lightning via the App Store an Apple account is required.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· "Do-Not-Track" is now turned on by default. New two headed mode where the last two tabs selected can be viewed side by side in the same window.