Beyond Chrome, Opera: 5 Offbeat Internet Browsers for Windows 10

    Internet now has become a part and parcel of our life, and with that there has been a boom in the number of browsers out there in the market. While the traditional browsers like Google Chrome, Opera are still rocking the markets, a number of new ones including Edge and Vivaldi have cropped up.

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    As of 2016, the market share of internet browsers are still dominated by Google Chrome with an approximate 52%. It is closely followed by Safari and Opera, but considering the fact that we are talking on Windows browsers here let's skip Safari from the list. So without further ado let's find out what are top 5 internet browsers of 2016 apart from Chrome.

    Internet Browsers for Windows 10

    Vivaldi is the latest addition to the list of internet browsers for Windows, but guess what they already deserve to feature in this list; all thanks to number of intuitive features. These include a nifty Web Panel feature that allows users to scroll through Facebook, Twitter feeds on the go, while surfing through some other webpage. Apart from that other features include Tabs Stacks, Tile Stacks among others. It would be just to say that the Vivaldi is an Opera for the power users.

    Internet Browsers for Windows 10

    Project Maelstrom is one of the new members in the list of internet browsers for Windows. For those unaware Project Maelstrom Browser comes from the makers of Bit Torrent and aims to improve your browsing experience by making full use of peering networks. It comes with support for multiple protocols and files types. However, it is worth noting that the browser is still in beta stage and will be developed in subsequent releases.

    Internet Browsers for Windows 10

    Edge has shoot to fame ever since it was launched alongside the Windows 10, and much of its such is thanks to the success of Microsoft's latest Windows OS. Replacing the old yet useful Internet Explorer, the Edge brings a number of new features to the table including a Note taking feature, improved bookmark, tabs, animations among others. In simple words it's simply a cleaner Internet Explorer with a number of add-on features.

    Internet Browsers for Windows 10

    Mozilla Firefox is one of the oldest browsers out there and is still rocking many a computer across the world. The USP of the browsers lies in the number of supported plug-ins, cross platform support, faster navigation among others.

    Internet Browsers for Windows 10

    Just like the Opera and Firefox, Internet Explorer has been here since ages and is still going strong. While IE isn't the first choice browser for most out there, it surely deserves some mention as it is still one of the fastest browsers out there. In fact IE is still a better option than Edge, provided you can live up with old school animations and lack of important features like Notes.


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