32bit Web Browser is a very simple web browser that allows you to surf the web with ease. It is fast, neat and very lightweight.
Besides letting you store and organize bookmarks in a comprehensive and effective manner, being small and simple remain the only advantages of this browser. It offers only a few, very shallow, basic options. There are no customization possibilities and no advanced settings.
I was completely surprised to notice that it doesn’t support common features such as a tabbed interface or functions to store and manage the history of the visited websites. Its interface and functionality resemble those of the popular browsers, but as they were 10 years ago. Anyway, this browser is not only lacking essential features and looking outdated, but it also requires paid registration. These days, when the worldwide famous Google Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer almost entirely share the market and yet they are free, offering pretty much nothing for $29.95 makes 32bit Web Browser look a bit ridiculous to me.
- It offers satisfactory browsing speed
- Lightweight, neat and resource-friendly
- Allows storing and organizing bookmarks
- Lacks a lot of basic features such as tabbed browsing, history management, private browsing, etc
- Looks outdated
- It's not free