Basilisk is a specialized web browser that runs on Windows operating systems. The browser was created to provide modern-day browsing capabilities and combining them with older technologies that have been stripped from commonly used browsers like Firefox and Chrome. It uses the same engine and code as an older version of Firefox, so users that are familiar with the popular browser will notice some similarities.
Like most browsers, Basilisk is always kept up to date. Since it's technically still a work in progress, you can expect to have regular updates at least once a week or more. One thing Basilisk seems to have that other browsers don't is an extension library. When it comes to other browsers, we usually have to scour the internet for our favorite extensions and add ons. Basilisk has an extensive library that has all of your favorite add ons and extensions in one place. I find this option to be incredibly convenient and helpful, especially if I am doing fresh installations. I don't have to go to several websites to get my browser customized to my liking.
Have the luxury of a modern day web browser with advanced features
Speaking of customization, Basilisk has a high level of customization possibilities. Since Basilisk is an open-source program, users can edit and customize any aspect of the browser to fit their liking. There isn't any part of the browser that you can't change. Some of the creations I've seen people showcase have been fantastic, to say the least. If you are the creative type, you'll quickly start messing with Basilisk's customization features. The program is also easy to work with. If you've used any other web browser before then, you will know what to do with Basilisk in less than a minute. I will say that the browser can be intensive if you don't have a computer with more than 4GB of RAM. Anything less than that will struggle to use Basilisk. Other than that, I'd recommend this to anyone.