GT Web Browser
GT Web Browser is a web browser that makes use of Gecko engine developed by Mozilla for helping you access webpages with ease.
The GUI is not particularly intuitive and looks a bit crowded at a first glance. The tool lets you open multiple tabs at the same time and store favorite webpages with the aid of thumbnails directly in the navigation window.
What’s more, you can make use of several basic browsing controls for jumping to the next or previous webpage, refreshing the current websites, and going to the homepage.
GT Web Browser leaves you the option to create bookmarks, view a history with all accessed websites, improve your browser’s speed by turning on the Turbo Mode, zoom in or out of the text and pages, remove all bookmarks and history items, as well as view source code.
Other important features worth being mentioned enable you to print data, work with a download manager, check out an error console, and activate a private browsing mode for leaving no traces behind while surfing on the Internet.
A task manager is included in the feature package and allows you to close running tabs and view details about the memory usage. In addition, you can edit HTML code, duplicate tabs, perform searches within a webpage, enhance its functionality by installing plugins, and block popups.
Tests have shown that GT Web Browser loads pages quickly and eats up from a moderate up to a high amount of system resources.
Several tweaking parameters help you configure the homepage and search engine, delete cache and cookies, change the looks of the GUI with the aid of different themes, manage login information, permissions, cookies, and login exception, as well as set up a master password.
To sum things up, GT Web Browser comes packed with several handy web browsing options. However, the application needs a GUI facelift to make the browsing sessions smooth, intuitive, and clean.