Total Orbit Browser
Total Orbit Browser is a multi-tabbed web browser that aims to compete with Internet Explorer when it comes to speed.
The interface of the program is simplistic and familiar. You shouldn't have a problem in getting around its features if you are already familiarized with Internet Explorer.
So, you can use a search function on the current page, along with the undo and redo buttons, open the last closed tab, as well as refresh or stop the page from loading.
But you can also change the text size (standard, small or large), view the source code in an external editor, create and manage a favorites list.
In "Settings" you can change the homepage, startup mode and interface language, edit computer information (e.g. current user), create a list of blocked websites, set downloading parameters (e.g. handled extensions), add search providers, and more.
The web browser uses a very high amount of system resources and includes short descriptions for each major feature. Total Orbit Browser did not freeze or crash during our tests.
However, it popped up a couple of errors when we tried accessing "History" and "Cache" in the Tools menu. Plus, it did not manage to open the last closed tab and lacks some important functions, such as private browsing, multiple user mode and even keyboard shortcuts (except for exit, refresh, settings and help).
All in all, Total Orbit Browser is not impressive in any way, not even when it comes to speed (it's not different from any other web browser, from this point of view). Also, we expected it to consume less resources, since it prefers to be minimalistic in appearance and functions. We suggest you look for a more powerful web browser.