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A fast, secure, stable web browser powered by Chromium and Trident.

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  • depicks
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    Would not uninstall from windows 7 pro. even in safe mode. Had to do a system restore and clean the PC and registry. Beware! No bueno! My opinion.

    Posted 01/28/2014
  • prionblank
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    It's an OK but it needs Extension support, we use a browser like Chrome and Firefox because of the Extensions, how am I suppose to use IDM completely (I'm a big user of the Link Integration Module), and Dashlane. Additionally, there's an error that keeps popping out whenever I open Polarity -- It's Privoxy and the error log says 2013-12-10 07:20:05.771 00000da4 Error: Ignoring unrecognized directive '' (4294966461U) in line 1 in configuration file (config.txt).

    Posted 12/09/2013
  • abracax
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    You have done nice work. I have more to check out, but it seems stable enough so far. Hopefully, all the Chromium add-ons will work, too (Well, most of them, anyway - it is not necessary that ALL work in a browser). But you may want to rewrite your blurb. The meaning of the word "simplistc" is not as simple as you seem to think. You are insulting yourself and your browser by using it. "Simple", or even the more theatric "Life - uncomplicated" would be better choices. Best of luck to you. Keep up the good work.

    Posted 04/22/2013
  • eliperkins
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    Stable and works.

    Posted 02/19/2013