6 browsers to change the way you surf the Web
Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari are the most popular gateways to the Internet, but if you find these mainstream browsers lacking, we have six feature-rich alternatives worth checking out.
Opera is best known for innovating browser features that become essential, such as tabs and Speed Dial (a visual grid displaying bookmarks and favorite sites). Since Opera adopted WebKit and began taking code from the Chromium Project, it has become a great Google Chrome alternative. Opera runs Chrome extensions alongside its own add-ons, but what stands out most is Opera’s touch-friendly interface — now you can enjoy this familiar Chrome experience on touch-enabled PCs.
Pale Moon (Windows)
Created for Mozilla enthusiasts, Pale Moon boasts the classic Mozilla browser interface — pre-Australis update. But that doesn’t mean that this Firefox spin-off is behind the times. On the contrary, Pale Moon drops support of older hardware in favor of reliability, adds support for 64-bit systems, and enables more browsing customization. Pa… [Read more]
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