Lynx 2.8.6 is a text web browser designed for computers installed with the Unix and VMS platforms. The browser was first created in 1992 by a few students from the University of Kansas. It supports HTML web documents. The browser cannot display content that are non text such as images and videos. However, it will use a third party software to launch it. For example, it will use a third party image viewer to display pictures on the web documents.
If your internet connection is very slow, you will find Lynx text browser suitable for your needs. You can configure Lynx through the command line. It has 142 command line options. Another way to configure the Lynx browser is through the configuration files. Besides, you can adjust the options menu through the options menu.
Even though it is a text based browser, it is nevertheless useful in browsing modern websites that consists of mostly text for example Wikipedia. Many web developers use Lynx to test their websites to make sure that their visitors are able to view their sites with the images removed. Lynx 2.8.6 text browser is compatible with Dos and Windows.
Added many new features such as -nonumbers, -listonly, -syslog-urls, -version, -nomargins options
Improvements in various aspects including SSL, HTML interpretation, character sets, color style, user interaction, program interaction, cookie support, debug and scripting.
New sample files being added including script samples, and .lss example files,
Download link: http://www.lynxbrowser.com/