If not standard Firefox - what to choose?

If not standard Firefox - what to choose?

Web browser is now the most widely used application that is used by each user's computer, or tablet.

Waterfox (waterfoxproject.org) is a high performance browser based on the Mozilla Firefox source code. Made specifically for 64-Bit systems. It uses a number of optimization procedures and the 64-bit architecture, it operates much more efficiently than its popular ancestor. It is based on the Gecko rendering engine, which largely supports W3C recommendations, as well as those associated with HTML5 and CSS3. It offers the same functionality as Firefox, including: mechanism tabbed browsing, pop-up blocker, built-in download manager, support for visual personas and some useful webmaster tools. Browser supports almost all designed for 32-bit Firefox extensions, plugins and themes.

SRWare Iron (www.srware.net) is one of the most popular web browsers based on Google Chrome, created by German developers in response to user dissatisfaction resulting from Google's privacy policy. The application is based on open source Chrome browser and the visual is almost identical. Both the user interface, as well as the functionality offered by SRWare Iron is the same as in the software of Google. Importantly, the same as in the case of Google Chrome, each tab with the page is running in a separate process and is isolated from the rest of the browser. There is also a portable version, which has no installer and does not require administrative privileges.

QupZilla (www.qupzilla.com) - it is lightweight and cross-platform web browser, written using Qt and WebKit.

Pawel Frankowski

Pawel Frankowski

Pawel Frankowski is an experienced books writer, blogger and Joomla! teacher. For over 7years, Paul has been developing numerous web sites, from corporate web sites to small personal sites – many of them using Joomla!

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