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Origyn Web Browser

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Origyn Web Browser (OWB) is a discontinued web browser that was synchronized with WebKit and sponsored by the technology company Pleyo. OWB provides a meta-port to an abstract platform with the aim of making porting to embedded or lightweight systems faster and easier. This port is used for embedded devices such as set-top boxes, and other consumer electronics. OWB has also found popularity on the AmigaOS-like operating systems. Current versions include AmigaOS, AROS and MorphOS official ports. When Sand-labs disappeared, MorphOS developer Fabien Coeurjoly took over and eventually renamed project to Odyssey Web Browser when it did not have any original Sand-labs code left. History OWB was created by Pleyo, a French software firm located in Montpellier, France in 2006. Versions Milestone versions of Origyn Web Browser: *Robespierre – November 22, 2007 *Blastoise – July 1, 2008 *DoDuo – July 1, 2008 *Galekid – December 19, 2008 *Galegon – February 11, 2009 *Gal
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