- Compatible with standards and able to pass the ACID 3 test. (Every browser dev wants that right ?)
- Light weight and doesn't hog up RAM
- Clean interface with tab browsing. (Minimalistic as well...)
- Browser command line to control browser actions
- Doesn't have complicated effects and eye candies like Safari 4's Top Sites ... etc...
- Can read/write basic text files and XML
- If a page in a tab fails , it doesn't hang the browser but just kills the particular tab.
- Don't need to install. Like a Jar file, everything is simply self contained in a way so that I can have one of this browser in my handy thumbdrive and run it from my device.
- Profile , bookmarks ....plugins syncing function and backup.
- Download manager in browser that can perform download acceleration like a download accelerator or may...in simple... a download accelerator embedded in a download manager.
- Supports Windows , Linux , Mac and BSD.
The browser command line seems fun but hey, it's not there to be just fun. It brings a whole new way to control your browser other than having too many GUIs and buttons hogging up your browser window until all that it renders is a small fraction of the website and you have to friviously keep scrolling to read the stupid website you are trying to read. I like how the Mozilla Bespin project implemented their command line and that's what I call 'cool'....real stuff.
Ah...anyway, I guess these lots of ranting are just going unheard but hey...I am bored so I rant.