Web Browsers That You Never Used Before

We have used browser like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Opera. Some of us who are quite interested to know about different browsers and their features have used browser like Google Chrome, Apple Safari etc. But from a web designer’s point of view you have to use all of these browsers ( Yes! those 5 browser ) installed in your computer. You have to randomly check your designed website for any visibility errors. Today my post is little bit different – I am going to write about some browsers which you never heard of and may be you heard but never used. I am going to give my review about three great web browsers which are Lunascape, Fenrir and Maxthon. As still I am a Windows user not an Apple Mac or Hardcore Linux geek ( As I sometime use Linux so I wrote in that way, never mind), I am writing about some exciting Windows based browsers. Okay, Lets get started,

  1. LunascapeLUNASCAPE is the world’s first and only triple engine browser. It has been downloaded over 20 million times and it’s available globally in 12 languages.Okay your question what this means?
    What this means is that you can have the best features, performance, and speed of, Windows Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari all in one browser and can view any website in an optimal way without a need to open another browser.Yeah, that’s right. Lunascape = IE (Trident)?Firefox (Gecko)?Chrome?Safari (Webkit)So if you use Lunascape you don’t have to install all of those 4 browser which will ease your checking time as you can check all browser compatibility in just only one browser. So No more oh-so-slow moment. No more messed-up page display. No more juggling multiple browsers. Your internet experience is a lot better with Lunascape. Experience it yourself, the whole new speed and versatility. By the way, you can use all of those browser’s plug-inns with it!!!!
  2. Sleipnir

    Sleipnir is very popular in Japan with a majority share in the country. It’s a profoundly customizable browser that maintains speed and performance despite customizations. There are skins and plugins available for it, letting you change the design and settings of the browser to suit your needs. And as all good browsers should, it stresses on security and usability, and allows for tabbed browsing.
    Sleipnir is an option if you want a highly customizable browsing experience.
  3. Maxthon

    If you want a customizable browser, Maxthon might be what you’re looking for; it’s built specifically for power users. Between plugins, skins, filter packs, and other customizable features, it truly lets you personalize your browsing experience. For parents concerned about their children’s’ activities online, the filters for blocking content can be reassuring.
    Maxthonis a highly configurable browser that places an emphasis on security. It has a built-in Ad Hunter that blocks most ads, as well as security features to prevent spyware, malware, and viruses. It lets you fully customize your browsing experience (you can choose between using menus, hot keys, word aliases, toolbars, or mouse gestures, plus there are more than 1,400 plug-ins to add functionality). It has filters available to block irritating or offensive content.Other Maxthon features include a built-in screen capture tool, URL aliases for faster surfing, a built-in feed reader, an online favorites service, advanced proxy rules, and an anti-freeze feature.

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  2. There is definitely a lot to find out about this issue. I love
    all of the points you made.

    • The Opera browser is a 4 out of 10. Such great fetaures yet they have horrific compatibility and rendering issues. And the sad part is, other browsers continue to steal its fetaures and their market share goes way up. It is obvious Opera does not care %100 about this. To me, they have been in the business way too long to be where they are now, in almost dead last. Opera has failed conclusively! A browser should be able to display all web sites correctly. If not, than get the fuck out of here!