The AutoWikiBrowser is a semi-automated Wikipedia editor using .Net 2.0 designed to make tedious repetitive tasks quicker and easier. It is essentially a browser that automatically opens up a new page when the last is saved. When set to do so, it suggests some changes (typically formatting) that are generally meant to be incidental to the main change.
This application allows you to access Google's Chrome cache. Not only can you see the filename, date of last access, the type of file, and the size of the file, but you can also make a copy of the actual file (not just it's hex fingerprint).
K-Meleon is a lite Web browser based on gecko (the mozilla rendering engine). It's fast, has a minimal interface, and it is fully standards-compliant. To make it simple, K-Meleon may be considered the unbloated Mozilla for Windows.
K-Ninja is a minimalistic and quite resource-sparing browser originally based on the browser K-Meleon, which in turn is based on the Gecko engine also used in Firefox, SeaMonkey and Camino. Its main features are a extremely fast response to user input and a much smaller menu/interface than most other browsers offer, thus allowing the displayed pages to take up pretty much all of the space.
The Mozilla foundation's next generation browser, currently under heavy development, will simplify and speed up your browsing experience with tabbed browsing, spell checker, incremental find (via the Find toolbar), Live bookmarking, an integrated download manager, and intergrated search.
Netscape Navigator 9 is available as a standalone installation for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The automatic update feature in your current Netscape browser will not upgrade to 9.0. Please download the new version now for the newest updates.
The Off By One Web Browser may be the world's smallest and fastest web browser with full HTML 3.2 support. It is a completely self-contained, stand-alone application with no dependencies on any other browser or browser component. For Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
This is a version of Firefox that will run off a USB drive or other external rewritable media (network Hard Drive, Firewire drive, etc.). It is an official build of Firefox, just with an extra wrapper app that makes it save the settings to the installed directory.
This is an emulator that allows you to see how awful your web pages look when viewed on Sony's WebTV. WebTV was bought by Microsoft and is now called MSN TV. WebTV's rendering engine is based on Netscape 4 and seeing your nice W3C-compliant site in WebTV will bring most of us to the brink of tears. It looks bad, really bad. You can get old version of this at http://browsers.evolt.org
Xenode Chromium (Before Xenode Chrowser) is a web Browser based on Chromium, the google Chrome Code, it incorporates new functions, tools and utilities with a new interface and two versions, the COMPUTER ONE and the USB ONE, it's the best web Browser for windows, and soon, for linux too