Navigating the Internet requires a web browser and there are several choices that can be tried out. Besides the well-known players of this category, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox or Opera, there are several names that should be taken into consideration.
One of them is Orca Browser, an application that comes bundled with the necessary and sufficient features it needs to perform at a very good speed.
The user interface is simplistic and the menu bar can be viewed on the upper right corner of the screen (just like in Avant Browser).
The application offers an Online Storage feature where you can save your configurations, bookmarks, RSS feeds, web passwords, and you will be able to access this information from any computer. All you have to do is create an Orca Browser account.
You can switch to full screen or full desktop mode, organize bookmarks, manage your information in AutoFill for forms, and set up a protection password for AutoFill.
In addition, you can translate page content by using Google Translate, clear all records, customize proxy settings, enable ad blocker and popup blocker features, use a RSS reader and mouse gestures, enable auto-complete, select the search engine and URL aliases and more.
While Orca Browser seems to load faster and use less system resources than other web browsers, it also has its shortcomings. For example, after we have created an Online Storage account, we were left unattended when accessing that area (you cannot manage data in any way).
In conclusion, Orca Browser provides a simple solution for your Internet browsing needs, while excluding any complex features. Users who prefer a minimalistic approach to web browsers would get a kick out of this application.