Copyright © 1997-2014,2015 by Thomas E. Dickey
Lynx is a fully featured World-Wide Web browser for users on both Unix and VMS platforms who are connected to those systems via cursor-addressable, character-cell terminals or emulators. That includes VT100 terminals, and desktop-based software packages emulating VT100 terminals (e.g., Kermit, Procomm, etc.).
The Lynx Development page gives some background on ongoing development.
Before each patch-release, I (usually) do a test-build on Windows. That builds several flavors, which I use in testing. Along with that, since 2007, I have made packages for a few of these executables:
This is the older color-scheme used by Lynx, from 1996. Links and form-fields are colored.
It happens that this flavor of the Windows executables requires OpenSSL to run. Your machine may already have OpenSSL installed; many programs use it. If not, you might find the "light" version from this page useful. In particular, you would need these DLLs, either in Lynx's directory or in your system32 directory:
I have tested Lynx using those DLLs in Lynx's directory.
The other installers do not require OpenSSL.
The "color-style" refers to the newer scheme where different HTML tags can be colored. It gives a better sense of the page's structure than highlighting links, and has been the default configuration since release 2.8.6 in October 2006.
Both of the curses configurations are built using PDCurses.
This is built using the slang library. The color scheme is like the first installer (essentially only coloring links and form-fields), but slang provides brighter background colors in a console window.
That said, here are links to the Lynx installers on my website:
All files are here: ftp://invisible-island.net/lynx/