Yet another browser?
Forkle is probably the simplest viable 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 at this time?
Compared to the major web browsers:
It has the largest viewable screen space
It is privacy-oriented: zero behavior tracking, zero telemetry
It has the most 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 priority in Forkle, with unique features including TLD whitelisting, HTTPS-only navigation, homoglyph detection and strict 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.