Forkle BETA (Nov 2019)

A tiny, low-distraction web browser

Forkle is probably the simplest web browser for Windows. Its feature set is intentionally limited, to minimize both distractions and attack vectors.

Forkle has no extensions, no tabs, no toolbars, and no bookmark manager. It is still in beta. Even its name could still change. So why would you want to give it a try?


Compared to mainstream web browsers:

● It has huge screen real estate
● It has no behavior tracking and zero telemetry
● It has a built-in lightweight adblocker
● It has the fastest cold startup time
● It has the smallest binary size
● It often has the lowest RAM usage
● It is Keepass friendly out of the box

Security is also a top focus in Forkle, with features including TLD whitelisting, HTTPS-only navigation, process isolation, homoglyph detection and patch-level checking.


With a binary size under 2MB, Forkle is extremely lightweight, making it ideal for quick, casual web browsing. It is also an excellent match for USB thumbdrives and resource-limited systems.




Get Beta (Win x64)
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Getting started

No installation needed! Just unzip to any folder, and launch.
Options can be customized by editing config files.



Requirements

Windows 7 or later, with the latest security updates.
Admin rights are not required.



Beta

This is an experimental browser still in beta, with many features still incomplete. Expect bugs and rough edges. Some websites might not display properly.



About

Radsix is an independent dev studio based in Europe. Before founding Radsix, I held IT and infosec positions for 15 years within various large organizations in technology, government and finance. Over the years, I have also released a number of tools aimed at improving online security and privacy, and gaining greater independence from tech giants.


Privacy

Forkle fully respects your privacy and contains no adware, malware or sponsored content of any sort. It also does not send data to any third party.


This website does not collect any personal information.



FAQ (Coming soon)