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SlimBrowser

SlimBrowser
Developer(s) FlashPeak
Stable release 7.00.109 / October 15, 2014 (2014-10-15)
Operating system Windows
Type Web browser
License Proprietary EULA
Website http://www.slimbrowser.net

SlimBrowser is a tabbed multiple-site web browser from FlashPeak that uses the Microsoft Trident layout engine.[1] It incorporates a large collection of features like built-in popup killer, skinned window frame, form filler, site group, quick-search, auto login, hidden sites, built-in commands and scripting, online translation, script error suppression, blacklist/whitelist filtering, and URL Alias.

SlimBrowser was one of the twelve browsers offered to European Economic Area users of Microsoft Windows in 2010.[2]

Since V6.0, SlimBrowser has adopted a multi-process architecture to improve stability and eliminate performance restrictions associated with traditional single process browsers. SlimBrowser included a full-featured form filler with support of multiple identities in V6.01.

FlashPeak has also released SlimBoat, a SlimBrowser clone that utilizes the WebKit engine instead of Trident, and SlimJet, which uses Chromium.

References

  1. ^ Browser News
  2. ^ BBC, Microsoft offers browser choices to Europeans, 1 March 2010

External links

  • Official website
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