SeaMonkey 2.53.7.1 | Portable

SeaMonkey is an open-source Internet suite that integrates an Internet browser, email and newsgroup client, web feed reader, HTML editor, IRC chat, as well as web developments tools (DOM Inspector and JavaScript Debugger). The application uses much of the source code provided by Mozilla so users already acquainted with working with Firefox and Thunderbird will find the interface and features bundled in the all-in-one suite familiar and pretty intuitive. Plus, it lets you install various add-ons for boosting its functionality and personalizing your Internet experience.
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Waterfox 56.2.14 | Classic 2021.04.2 Final | G3.2.1 | Portable

Waterfox is a 64-bit version of Firefox. Waterfox is modified version of the Firefox source code specifically for machines running 64-bit versions of Windows. Software designed for 64-bit Windows editions can take advantage of faster RAM and processing speeds and greater stability in 64-bit systems. Just converting Mozilla's source code for 64-bit Windows isn't enough, Waterfox takes it to another level with unique tweaks which help it exploit the speed of 64-bit systems. Waterfox is made with one thing in mind: speed. Waterfox offers 100% Firefox Add-on Compatibility and 64-bit Plugin Support.
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Cyberfox 52.8.0 Intel | AMD | Portable


Cyberfox is a fast, secure and easy to use web browser, powered by the popular Mozilla Firefox open source code. This is designed by 8pecxstudios, taking over where Mozilla left off, working to make a fast, stable and reliable web browser accessible to all. Cyberfox comes with many customizable options allowing you to personalize and secure your web browsing experience.
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Google Chrome 90.0.4430.93 Stable | Portable | Android | iOS

Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. Google Chrome also uses a brand new javascript engine (V8), which is much faster than existing javascript interpreters. This means you can create more complex and more intensive AJAX applications with fewer speed and processing constraints. Finally, Google Chrome is built on top of Blink (WebKit fork), so Google Chrome users will benefit from the CSS3 features being added to Blink (WebKit fork) as those features are released.
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