Lunascape is a free web browser which is powered by 3 different web engines: Trident (Internet Explorer), Gecko (Firefox) and Webkit (Google Chrome). It can be useful for web designers testing their designs under different browsers without having to have each installed. The rendering engine switching feature is located within the address bar on the right.
Outside of its rendering engines, Lunascape is a browser which integrates other features like mouse and keyboard gestures, an RSS reader, a competent search tool and the support of plugins made for the browser. The plugin system generally supports Firefox extensions. It can also run some Internet Explorer addons.
Lunascape’s layout is similar to newer versions of Firefox in a way though it still retains the more familiar buttons we’re all used to. It features separate a separate search box to the right of the address bar just like Firefox.
In terms of security, Lunascape can quickly turn off scripts on web pages like ActiveX, Java, videos, images and more.
If you’re considering switching from your other browser to Lunascape, the program also includes an import tool to migrate your bookmarks, addons and settings from other browsers.