Cent Browser is an enhanced version of the Chromium web browser that bundles many useful features, such as scrollable tab bar, automatic memory optimization, lazy session loading, mouse gesture, super drag and a lot of tab options.
CentBrowser vs Google Chrome opinions
It can be called copy of chrome
Well its just Chrome, without too much Google. Alot of extra features, and optimations. Fits me well as of now.
very customizable and chrome feeling like. Consumes less RAM.
Brings many well thought-out optional improvements to Chrome: multi-column All Tabs list, mouse gestures, Super Drag, Downloads drop down menu with extra actions, hot keys customization, ability to run extensions in a single process, ability to disable DirectWrite in flags etc.
Lot of features out-of-the-box: mouge gestures, auto-hide bookmarks bar, memory optimization, highly customizable (more complete options), and a Portable App version.
Browser using the Gecko layout engine to render web pages, which implements current and anticipated web standards.
Maxthon Cloud Browser is a powerful multi-functional browser.
Maxthon apparently collects sensitive data without asking: http://news.softpedia.com/news/maxthon-browser-collects-sensitive-data-even-if-users-opt-out-506327.shtml
Maxthon Cloud Browser vs Google Chrome opinions
Mouse gestures (actions are customizable), click and drag to search selection in a new tab (or just to open links/images), built-in notepad, last session page (lists all the tabs you had open last session) and it even sends your data to China, oh wait
Midori is a lightweight, fast, and free web browser. It aligns well with the Xfce philosophy of making the most out of available resources. It is also the default browser of the beautiful elementary os.
Midori vs Google Chrome opinions
Extremely fast and leightweight.
Min is a fast, minimal browser that protects your privacy. It includes an interface designed to minimize distractions, and features such as:
Min vs Google Chrome opinions
Min is so simple and easy to use. Not the fastest browser out there, but definitely one of the easiest to use.
Opera Mini enables you to take your full web experience to your phone. It has a lot of goodies from Opera 's most capable version* like tab browsing, Speed Dial, dedicated download manager, etc.
Moreover it offers faster mobile internet, s.
Opera Mini vs Google Chrome opinions
Opera used to be good, but now its from a very shady company (loan apps scandal) that is worse than google, so if you are hesitating between staying at google chrome and using this, I really recommend to stay with chrome, but if you don't want a browser from any unsympathetic or shady company, you should g to a browser that is both not chrome and not opera.
I like Opera Mini because i want to install it on my Windows mobile phone
Kiwi Browser is made to read news, watch videos, movie trailers, listen to music, without annoyances.
Kiwi Browser vs Google Chrome opinions
On mobile, it has every feature that chrome has, plus you can add extensions to it. It's more customizable than chrome, and it's better for your privacy if you care about that.
Slimjet is a fast, smart and powerful web browser based on the Blink engine. It is built on top of the Chromium open source project, on which Google chrome is also based. Slimjet integrates a lot of powerful and convenient features to help users maximize their online...
Slimjet vs Google Chrome opinions
It is a lighter version of Chrome, no tracking and with lots of essential features intergrated like adblock.
One thing I miss from Firefox is the Bookmarks side panel. Slimjet has one if you press Ctrl+I although you can't drag-and-drop from the URL to the side panel. The main reasons I run Slimjet is an alternative to my company's modified version of Chrome on my company laptop, so I have my own profile loaded instead of my work profile, and because it seems to handle some sites better than Firefox.
Slimjet I have found is the best alternative to Chrome. It's fast & light and you can use all of Chrome & google extensions
This is a privacy oriented and deblobbed web browser based on Mozilla Firefox technology. It enables many features upstreamed by the Tor Uplift project using preferences from the arkenfox-user.js project.
GNOME Web is the web browser for the GNOME desktop, based on the popular WebKit engine. It offers a simple, clean, beautiful view of the Web featuring first-class GNOME desktop integration. Its code name is Epiphany.
GNOME Web vs Google Chrome opinions
Very simple and easy browser, fits perfectly around the Gnome desktop. Made on top of WebKit, so it opens all websites as you would expect.
It helps me stay focused on web pages rather than the web browser. It has everything I need and nothing more. The GTK interface is simply awesome.
Not able to install on Windows and unable to install third-party extensions.