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The *real* first KHTML browser on Windows

There's been a lot of hubbub lately about Safari being released on Windows, which is based on WebKit, which is based on KHTML, and how it'll beat Konqueror as the first KHTML-based browser on Windows.

Then you hear this other camp firing back about Swift, whose homepage proudly declares "The First KHTML Browser for Windows."

However, I'm here to set the record straight. To the best of my knowledge the first KHTML-based browser on Windows is ThunderHawk, which appears to have been using KHTML under-the-hood since at least 2004 and probably at least 2002.

Yes, it's a WinCE/Windows Mobile browser. But it's still Windows.

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