Avant Browser 11.5 Beta 1

Avant Browser is a fast, stable, user-friendly, versatile web browser which adds a batch of features and functionalities to Internet Explorer. Its user-friendly interface brings a new level of clarity and efficiency to your browsing experience, and frequent upgrades have steadily improved its reliability. Now, Avant Browser is available in  41 languages.

Top Rated Features of Avant Browser

- Online Profile Storage -
Avant Browser can save users' bookmarks, RSS Feeds, configurations or web passwords etc, in Avant online storage. In this way, users can access their personal data from anywhere, office, home or an Internet cafe, and don't need to worry about losing those data when re-install windows.
    
- AutoFills -
Help users to memorize web passwords, and fill passwords for users with one click.
    
- Built-in AD/Pop-up Blocker -
Easily eliminate unwanted AD banners and pop-up pages automatically with just one click.

- Built-in RSS/ATOM Reader -
Avant Browser has a built-in RSS/ATOM Reader, which allows you to read RSS/ATOM feeds just like browsing web pages. And you can also keep your favorite feeds as bookmarks.
and more...

Download: Avant Browser 11.5 Beta 1 freeware
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Link: Avant Browser Home Page

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The memory issue has been solved with Version 11.

I've tried FF and Opera...and I always go back to Avant. One of the best features I love about Avant is the Online Profile Storage. This totally syncs my bookmarks (plus other stuff) from my work computer to my home computer. If I add a bookmark (or favorite) at work, it will be there on the home computer too.

As far as I know, no other browser has this capability. This alone makes Avant my pick in the browser war. Add to that the comfort level and full compatiblity of using in IE based browser and it's a no brainer....at least for me.

Or you could use Foxmarks for Firefox... (which is available for almost 2 years now BTW)

There's even something like that for Opera (don't remember the name ATM)

I remember using this thing YEARS ago. Thank God FF was eventually born though.

Does this app still take up an enormous amount of RAM?