If you surf a lot of websites simultaneously your taskbar should be crowded all the time with the numerous browser windows open. I wanted to get rid of this and discovered Maxthon Browser which sits on top of Mircrosoft’s Internet Explorer and makes things easy. You can get a complete tour, feature list etc. at their website – so not wasting time I am just going to give you my list on what rocks in Maxthon Browser.
With a single-click all browser windows are minimized giving you access to the other program(s) working in background.
Resume function is handy because it lets you get back to where you were even after you re-start the browser. I don’t know if the settings can be kept even after a PC re-start.
The toolbar gives you access to commonly used Utilities. I set-up my access to Irfanview since I do a lot of screen captures.
Group Bookmarks – this was good. I was surfing a few sites searching for a digital camera and with a single click I could bookmark all the pages and return to the websites at a later stage. This again with a single-click.
I don’t know technically but personally I felt Maxthon loads faster than a single window of IE and then opening new windows open in a jiffy. Although I must state here that sometimes Maxthon stops working and will show “The page cannot be displayed” for all the open pages. That’s when you have to re-start the browser and the Resume function comes in handy. This is a worthy download for your IE.