A reliable Internet browser, packed with advanced security features and an option to set it to provide quick access to your Gmail account
Immediately after the installation process is complete, it requires that you define some preferences. For instance, you must select a home page, choose to display the browser in Aero mode and enable some security measures. It can also be set as the default browser.
The program’s interface is familiar and should be easy to use by everyone who has ever handled any web browsers.
The app lets you adjust several more settings. For instance, you can enable a progress bar and pick one of the available colors for it (red, green and yellow). Also, the default search engine may be set to one of three available options: Google, Yahoo! and Bing.
Furthermore, Quick Mail may be set up in connection to a Gmail account. This enables you to send out emails straight from the app’s interface.
The browser can open several pages at once in separate tabs. This makes viewing each page and switching between them an easy task.
SecretBrowser comes with several features that help you easily hide or lock the app to prevent other computer users from viewing or navigating it without permission. Thus, the program can hide in the system tray and you can even set up a password.
Overall, SecretBrowser is an interesting program that is easy to figure out. Inexperienced users should have no issues with this browser, thanks to the intuitive interface.
Reviewed by Gabriela Vatu, last updated on July 12th, 2013
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What's New in version 126.96.36.199 RC2
- Design improvement
- Bug fixes including:
- Favorites deletes if you rename SecretBrowsers .exe file
Application descriptionSecretBrowser is an application that was designed to be an easy to use browser. Moreover, you can set up a Gmail accou...
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