Wednesday, March 15, 2017

QupZilla 2.1.2 released!

Second bugfix version is now available.
  • updated translations
  • disable native scrollbars by default due to performance issues
  • fix middle click on links sometimes not opening new tab
  • fix scrolling to anchors when opening tab in background
  • fix possible crash in AdBlock when editing subscribptions
  • fix clicking on go icon in locationbar
  • fix possible crash with native scrollbars

Download: source code (at


  1. Thankyou for this great browser! I am using it on a Linux and a Windows-Machine. In my opinion it is the best browser. I like it's speed and the good UI.
    I have only one thing that ist not optimal: The bookmark-Manager could be better. (Firefox Bookmark Manager is perfect in handling)

  2. Thank you for your effort. My default browser for Plasma desktop.

  3. Thank, is a great browser, but is impossible download from MEGA.

  4. I see, that this last versions no more support Windows XP? I had version about 2.0.2 and it was working. Now it needs for some AcquireSRWLockShared procedure that is not supported by WinXP.

  5. nice great update.. can you add drag and drop on download manager, like firefox.

  6. Thank you so much for all your work. QupZilla is my all time favourite browser. Running on OpenSUSE 42.2. Just perfect

  7. I love your browser. It's lightening fast in my old notebook. Keep up the good work! :) Thx.
    Wish it had support for lastpass as alternative password manager.

  8. This version crash on boot on my Atom330 Windows 7 Professional 32bit

  9. Hi, can you point me where I can download version 2.0.2 for windows? I need the old version as there is CJK input problem in version 2.1.x. Thanks.

    1. I don't have that version uploaded anymore on the server. You can find it on some 3rd party servers, but I would not recommend to download it from anywhere else than official homepage (and even there, always use https).

  10. Enjoying 2.1.2 so far on Debian Testing via the appimage link you had posted back on Feb 4, thanks!!!

  11. very nice browser but i cant play some videos.....


    i dont get this error on other browsers....

  12. any idea when qt-webengine will support wayland? not much info out there

  13. Dear David:

    Thanks you so much. I'm using qupzilla on four Arch Linux machines (three LXQt DE 64 bits + 1 spectrwm WM 32 bits); it runs incredibly fast and is so lightweight!

    I wish to report only one issue: the shortcut Ctrl + F for Edit -> Find doesn't work anymore in my machines.
    Ctrl + whathever (C, X, V, Z, etc.) works fine in Qupzilla, and Ctrl + F (for Find) works flawlessly in all my other GUI apps, Qt and GTK2|3 based...
    (I don't know if another Linux distro or Winbugs are suffering the same bug).

    Qupzilla data:
    Application version 2.1.2
    QtWebEngine version 5.9.0

    Best regards,

    P.S.: a wishlist little item: please change Ctrl + Shift + Z to Ctrl + Y for Edit -> Redo.

  14. Found qupzilla 2.1.2 for win on wikipedia under light browsers. And it is FANTASTIC. The speed is AWESOME. And this browser is COMPLETE with everything where you expect it to be, and the page rendering has always come up properly. I've switched to qupzilla from IE11 and Edge, and won't look back. Two questions though:
    1. Is there any way to *always* open a file type thats downloaded? (i.e. PDFs?)
    2. Any way to remember an SSL exception from one session to the next? I have a self-signed certificate that all browsers complain is invalid. So, I add the exception, and I don't get any more prompts while that browser session is open. If I close the browser and then restart it later, that new session prompts again for an SSL exception.

    3. Is there documentation separate from the FAQ?

    This really is an excellent browser! Gratuluję!

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