Domain Checker is a simple, but powerful whois lookup tool for users that require a domain availability analyzer. The software supports the most common TLDs, and users are free to add new ones. Anyone interested in releasing new websites will benefit from this utility, as it allows one to check for domain name availability.Read further
Forkle is a ridiculously simple HTML5 web browser with an embedded adblocker. Its feature set is intentionally limited, to minimize both distractions and attack vectors.
Comodo Dragon – fast and versatile Internet Browser based on Chromium, infused with Comodo’s unparalleled level of Security! The Comodo Dragon has taken the latest Chromium technology and beefed it up in the one way necessary to make it the optimum Browser to use on today’s malware plagued Internet with superior security and privacy. The Comodo Dragon encompasses all of the best features of Chrome. It includes an important feature every user needs to use the Internet in total safety today. The interface looks pretty much the same like Chrome with tabs on top. A browser developed by a company that is best known for its firewall software can leave people feeling more secure about their Internet usage.Read further
Coc Coc browser is a freeware web browser focused on the Vietnamese market, developed by Vietnamese company Coc Coc. It's based on Chromium and supports both English and Vietnamese.
Another browser? Yes. Because you need one that’s been built with your best interests in mind. One that doesn’t follow you each time you search, click on a link, or buy something. One that brings all your privacy and security tools together in one familiar place.
Brave is an open sourceweb browser, announced by the co-founder of the Mozilla Project, Brendan Eich. It aims to block website trackers and remove intrusive internet advertisements, and replaces them with ads sold by Eich's company. The browser also strives to improve privacy by sharing less data with advertising customers, targeting web ads through anonymized analysis of their browsing history instead.Read further