graeme_p - 9:14 pm on Apr 10, 2013 (gmt 0)
Its a fork of webkit, which is a fork of KHTML.
Opera are not just switching to Webkit, they are switching to Chromium according to the announcement I read: i.e. Opera will be a customised version of Chromium.
Do any of the other Webkit based browsers use a multi-process architecture? If not, they will stick to Webkit. The whole point of the fork is to avoid supporting two architectures.
Looks like I won't be able to test with Webkit anymore, on my Windows machines
There are lots of Webkit based browsers, and a good many that run on Windows.