Maxthon 4.1.3.5000

Maxthon Cloud Browser for Windows uses a unique, innovative dual-core design that uses both Webkit and Trident. Fast and efficient, our dual-core design displays all web pages quickly and reliably. With its first-place HTML 5 support and ‘out of the box’ features you can‘t get anywhere else, Maxthon Cloud Browser for Windows frees people to share and send files among different devices and platforms, easily.

Download: Maxthon 4.1.3.5000 | 31.8 MB (Freeware)
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Personally,
I'd probably be more willing to use this thing than Chrome!

I see absolutely nothing cool or fast or ANYTHING about Chrome, except that everyone here likes it, and we all know what that's called, which means NOTHING to me!!

If you really must know, I use IE, Opera, Seamonkey, Palemoon, and Waterfox, depending on my mood and which icon I happen to click!

Once in a blue moon, I'll install SRWare Iron, just to see if it's any better, but I can't handle those stupid bookmarks in Chrome/SRWare mainly, and the fact that either of those browsers are the SLOWEST of ANY browser I use, on my machines.

The primary engine has been webkit for quite along time you know.

I used to love maxthon back before v3 and all the UI changes, it was so much nicer than IE.

cork1958 said,
Still developed? I've always wondered why it was ever started?

Nothing but an IE addon and a nasty one at that!

it runs on webkit for the past 5 years

Maxthon has come a long way from being an IE based browser certainly. It's fast and up to date with web standards.

cork1958 said,
Still developed? I've always wondered why it was ever started?

Nothing but an IE addon and a nasty one at that!


it started as IE6 based enhanced browser, then on the 3rd version it started to use webkit as default engine and left option to switch to Trident if needed. It's actually very nice concept especially with IE being fastest and most secure browser to date, but in reality when switched to IE mode, it lacks both IE features and some (if not most) Maxthon special features as well, which makes it pointless. Another downside is that this browser still lacks proper multitouch support in Webkit mode. Other than that it's a very neat browser with handy features backed out of the box.

cork1958 said,
Still developed? I've always wondered why it was ever started?

Nothing but an IE addon and a nasty one at that!


Also it's been clear for quite a while that modern IE desperately needs useful addons, like IE7Pro used to be.

x.iso said,

it started as IE6 based enhanced browser, then on the 3rd version it started to use webkit as default engine and left option to switch to Trident if needed. It's actually very nice concept especially with IE being fastest and most secure browser to date, but in reality when switched to IE mode, it lacks both IE features and some (if not most) Maxthon special features as well, which makes it pointless. Another downside is that this browser still lacks proper multitouch support in Webkit mode. Other than that it's a very neat browser with handy features backed out of the box.

"IE being fastest and most secure browser to date" Are you sure about that part? IE is certainly not the only fastest and most secure web browser. In fact no web browser is 100% secure(it's not possible atm). IE has improved on security & speed but imo it still lags behind the others.

soldier1st said,

"IE being fastest and most secure browser to date" Are you sure about that part? IE is certainly not the only fastest and most secure web browser. In fact no web browser is 100% secure(it's not possible atm). IE has improved on security & speed but imo it still lags behind the others.

I am sure as I used latest versions and other browsers as well, but for instance speed of startup depends on how frequently browser is used.