The installation process does not offer to download or add new third-party products, and it is over in a few seconds. Once you are done with it, the interface you come by sports a clean and intuitive design. It resembles most web browsers, as it contains an address bar and a few buttons (back, forward, home etc.).
This also means that all types of people can find their way around it, without experiencing any kind of problem.
Launch app in different modes, set up download location and homepage
This software utility enables you to add bookmarks to all pages that interest you. In addition to that, you can set a homepage, the download folder and the default search engine (you can only choose between Google, Yahoo!, Ask, Bing).
It is possible to add new windows, open HTML files, go to “Apps Center” and start the program in a safe mode. Moreover, you can access an IP detector, as well as launch a console window, so that you can easily use a command-line interface in order to execute certain actions.
A private mode enables you to browse the Internet without recording all the info to history, while the debug mode opens a window and dumps information that's useful when debugging a web page.
To sum up, Circle is an efficient and pretty well-rounded piece of software. It encompasses a good response time and a user-friendly interface. It uses low to moderate CPU and RAM, which is to be expected from this type of product.
Reviewed by Madalina Boboc, last updated on February 25th, 2014
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Application descriptionCircle is an user-friendly and open source web browser that makes used of the Gecko engine and the XULRunner Runtime e...