FlashFire is a very simple web browser that comes packed with the necessary and suffice features for navigating the Internet.
It does not include complicated settings, making it suitable even to users with little or no previous experience in such software.
Installing the app is done in no time. No special attention is required, from this point of view.
Its interface is represented by a regular window with a familiar layout, which is broken down into four tabs. There are no striking visual elements, but FlashFire is easy to navigate through.
So, you can enter a web address and click the "Go" button to visit it, go back and forward, refresh the page, as well as look up a keyword on Google's search engine.
FlashFire integrates buttons for fast access to Windows Live, the Microsoft homepage, Microsoft Download Center, Yahoo!, and Google. The "Options" tab is empty. There are no other notable settings available here.
It seems that FlashFire has remained in beta development stage for some time now. It lacks a lot of important features that define a reliable web browser, and has minor issues. For example, the Enter key is not supported when attempting to visit a webpage.
The program runs on a moderate quantity of RAM and low CPU. It loads webpages pretty quickly, but it pops up a lot of script error messages. However, FlashFire does not come close to being a serious web browser, so users may look for something more advanced in this department.