A Web browsing application that boasts efficiency and speed
Windows Vista / Windows XP / Windows 2000
Benjamin C. Meyer
Web browsers such as Arora prove that browsers do not need to be big and popular -- like FireFox, Chrome or Internet Explorer -- to be good. Although Arora doesn't have nearly as many features as its more well-known counterparts do, this particular browser was built for speed.
Arora is based on the same webkit rendering engine that powers Safari and Google Chrome and supplies users with a clean, neat-looking interface designed for minimalism and ease of use. The standard tools and options expected from all web browsers are present in Arora, including a bookmarks bar, support for tabs, a download manager and an address bar that suggests results as you type. Arora also features a few less-common, but handy nonetheless, features, including private browsing and session restoration. The browser also includes built-in ad blocking support and boasts excellent search engine management.
What makes Arora stand out from the rest is definitely speed, however. The browser starts up quickly and loads webpages quickly.
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