The Internet covers nearly any domain of activity. From professional businesses, transactions, to any form of entertainment, that's the place to look. Gaining access to the information superhighway requires you to make use of specialized applications like Zuro. It's a lightweight web browser meant to bring the Windows 8 Metro feel on the desktop.
Quickly access your favorite web pages
You don't need a sophisticated configuration for the application to properly run. It's carefully optimized to use little system resources and the amount of space required on your hard disk drive is roughly about 300 Kb.
It comes equipped with little features in order to maximize browsing speed. It manages to achieve this and you can quickly access desired content of frequently visited pages in up to four tabs.
Good but far from being a pro
Unfortunately, once these tabs are open, you can only have them closed along with the application, but it's not really an issue having seen it uses little resources to run.
The application gives you the possibility to set a custom home page to greet you each time you want to go on the web. However, managing favorite pages is limited to this feature, due to the lack of an implemented bookmarks manager.
Moreover, your activity is not tracked, which could have been an alternative to saving frequently accessed pages. You better keep a shortcut on the desktop, because it cannot be set as your default web browser.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Zuro manages to grant you access to the information superhighway, but at the cost of several important features. It tends to feel a little rough around the edges due to the poor design, even though it's meant to be flat with a Metro feel about it.