So Midori is going full speed ahead, we support the new libSoup cache now (WebKitGTK+ 1.3.11 or greater required) which supersedes the old extension, support for F6, F7 and Ctrl(+Shift)+Tab and Tab in completion and a faster speed dial, which is still in the middle of even greater improvements, so stay stuned for more goodness in the future.
Private browsing has received a number of improvements such as masking of the timezone, language, architecture and Netscape plugins, disabling of DNS prefetching, disabling all HTML5 storage facilities and stripping referrer details – the last one is also available as a preference in the Privacy options now, and prevents unrelated websites from seeing search strings or sub pages. You can use the –private switch on the command line now to open a window in private browsing mode.
Motivated by user agent changes of Firefox and Chrome, Midori takes the opportunity to omit the language and encryption from the user agent, and prefixes with Mozilla now in an attempt at increasing uniformity of user agents. It resolves typical issues such as Facebook and other websites mistaking Midori for a mobile phone browser or Google hiding interface tweaks (you know, the guys doing their best to ignore their own ideals).
So [http://archive.xfce.org/src/apps/midori/0.3/midori-0.3.5.tar.bz2#!sha1!69940049ea98c06b2a6444e9a837e2bf472ba949 download midori v0.3.5] (850 kB) ([http://archive.xfce.org/src/apps/midori/0.3/midori-0.3.5.tar.bz2.md5 MD5]) ([http://git.xfce.org/apps/midori/tree/ChangeLog ChangeLog]) already!
[http://www.twotoasts.de/media/midori-0.3.3.7z#!sha1!49904752d36861a19eb6b1a90baf070b35566fef Midori Win32 Archive v0.3.3] (11 MB)