SeaMonkey is an advanced web browser for Windows users. Popular web browsers tend to track our every move. It copies our internet activity and sends that information to third parties. These third parties are usually companies that want to sell us a bunch of junk that we don't need. However, sometimes those third parties are hackers that have malicious intent. SeaMonkey allows users to surf the internet safely without worrying about who is watching or what companies will do with their information. SeaMonkey comes with a few cool features and benefits. My personal favorites are the following.
After Google got busted tracking, it's user base. I instantly started looking for a browser that didn't spy on me while I used the internet. I found SeaMonkey, and I've been using it ever since. Once of SeaMonkey's promises is to never spy on its user base and sell their information to anyone. An easy way to test them is to do a search for something out of the ordinary for you and then see if advertisements for that search term pops up later on in the day. If you do the same thing with Google, you'll notice that whatever you search for will end up in advertisements. That is Google selling your information to companies that have the product you were searching for. It's a disgusting practice if you think about it. One other thing I really enjoy about SeaMonkey other than privacy is its efficiency. I'm able to search the internet in a number of different ways. My favorite specifically being by tabs. That means I don't need to open up one page at a time. With tabbed surfing, I can open up all the needed tabs I want with just one click. In addition to that, SeaMonkey has a built-in popup blocker, which is useful for YouTube watching. I think anyone that enjoys their privacy will love using SeaMonkey.
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