Otter Browser

by Emdek

Otter Browser is a cross planform setup

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Emdek

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Otter is a web browser based on the "classic" Opera (the one before the transition to the WebKit engine). It's sure to appeal to those who love the "old school" browsers whose developers aren't trying to copy as many features from Chrome as possible. This browser does not monitor the user and does not send statistics. When new versions of Emdek are released, Emdek developers always listen to the wishes of the community. The motto of the program is as follows: "A user-controlled browser, not the other way around."

The program works very quickly, does not "eat" all available RAM and contains only the most important functions. For example, it has a visual bookmark panel. Visual bookmarks are added "by hand", not automatically, as it happens in modern browsers. To add a new site to the bookmark menu, you should press the "+" icon and enter the exact address of the necessary resource. Also, the browser has a "standard" bookmark manager, which is very similar to that in earlier versions of Firefox. There is also a maximum pragmatic download manager and a panel with the history of visited sites. Browser allows you to manage saved cookies and save sessions.

That's where the Otter functionality ends. As you can see, we were not deceiving when we talked about the fact that the developers of the browser added only the most necessary things to it. In general, the browser will clearly find its audience, but we can not recommend it to each user. However, nobody prevents you from trying out your own browser - it is completely free.

- is based on the "classic" Opera browser. The one that was much more popular than the current version created with the WebKit engine;

- has a rather archaic interface, however, allowing you to easily switch between windows and tabs;

- has all the necessary managers: bookmark manager, history manager, download manager and Cookie manager;

- allows you to set up the blocking of certain types of content;

- has a quick access menu where you can add sites "manually";

- consumes much less RAM than modern browsers;

- is available completely free of charge.

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Otter Browser highlights selected and private perusing, lets you bookmark and add your beloved sites as tiles to the New Tab page, rapidly look through the web utilizing DuckDuckGo and other web indexes, assists you with review and clear your perusing history, impedes particular sorts of content, and offers different elements and capacities you anticipate from an internet browser. Yet, what makes Otter Browser stand apart from the group is the manner in which it looks. This program has been made to look like Opera 12. It utilizes the Qt system to reproduce the exemplary Opera 12 UI. Presently, Ive been doing this long enough to recall that Opera 12 was delivered way back in the late spring of 2012, under the codename Wahoo. At that point, Opera was utilizing fish species as codenames for its programs. However, the training was fleeting. It began with Opera 11.10 Barracuda, proceeded with Opera 11.50 Swordfish and Opera 11.60 Tunny, and finished with Opera 12 Wahoo. Returning to Otter Browser, it should be said that you should finish a standard establishment system to get this program going on your PC. This implies you'll need to download an installer, run it, and afterward adhere to the guidelines introduced onscreen. Minutes after the fact you'll be done and prepared to begin perusing the web with Otter Browser. Since its intended to look like Opera 12, Otter Browsers interface has an exemplary vibe. You can modify the interface by adding your beloved sites as tiles on the New Tab screen, by picking which toolbars are shown on the interface and which are stowed away, by changing the interface language, or by redoing the textual styles and shadings the program uses to show content. Naturally, Otter Browser look through the web utilizing DuckDuckGo, the security arranged web search tool that doesn't track you and doesn't store your own data. On the off chance that you don't need to utilize DuckDuckGo, you can change to Google, Bing, Yahoo, or some other web index. Otter Browser is free and open-source programming delivered under a GNU General Public License
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