Empire Web Browser
Empire Web Browser is a software program which was developed in Microsoft Visual Studio in order to help individuals navigate the Internet.
The installation process is a breeze, and upon completing it, you are greeted by a plain interface, which keeps the classical format of most web browser. This means that anybody can easily work with it, be they experienced or not with computers.
This application comes packet with a fairly extensive menu bar, several buttons (e.g. stop, reload, home), an address and search bar.
Aside from that, you can save web pages to the HDD in several formats, open HTML files and view the currently opened site’s properties. Shortcuts for many of the popular social networking platforms (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumble, Reddit, Pinterest etc.) can be found in the menu bar.
It is possible to remove unwanted items, such as cookies, cache and history, so as to get rid of the clutter, as well as use a “Panic button” which will make your computer go in to sleep mode.
A stop watch, calendar and simple text editing tool are also incorporated, while from the settings panel, you can set up the home website and change the default search engine from a built-in list (Bing, Google, YouTube, Yahoo!).
A small setback is that you cannot open tabs for other pages you are interested in, just new windows.
To sum up, Empire Web Browser is a pretty decent piece of software, yet our tests have revealed it hampers your computer’s performance, and its time response is not so particularly good.