SRWare Iron 30.0.1650

Iron is a clone of Google Chrome based on the Chromium-source and offers the same features as Chrome without the critical points that concern users´ privacy.

Google's Web browser Chrome thrilled with an extremely fast site rendering, a sleek design and innovative features.  But it also gets critic from data protection specialists , for reasons such as creating a unique user ID or the submission of entries to Google to generate suggestions. SRWare Iron is a real alternative. The browser is based on the Chromium-source and offers the same features as Chrome - but without the critical points that the privacy concern.

What's new in this version:

  • new features for webapps
  • Security-/Bugfixes

Download: SRWare Iron 30.0.1650 | 29.3 MB (Freeware)
Download: Portable SRWare Iron 30.0.1650 | 42.3 MB
Link: SRWare Iron Home | Chrome vs Iron

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Decent browser not perfect, biggest pain is the lack of autoupdate, it should be up to the user if they want that on or off, cause manually downloading and installing is just a pain in this day and age of software.

Tried that Cool Novo. What a total POS!!

Might just as well use Chrome with all that phoning every where upon installation. I never even let the browser reach the internet before uninstalling!!

I'd stick with SRWare, if I were to use a chrome based browser, for sure.

Can't say as I've ever heard of Cool Novo, but I'm willing to try almost anything once. Can't say as I really like these multi engine based browsers either though.

Thanks

If Chrome is so popular amongst the people here, how come this browser has next to no popularity, comparatively, when it's actually better than the real thing?

I have used both at times, although I can't stand Chrome, and SRWare is not installed on anything currently, as I think they are just setup to stupidly.

Heck,
They're both such dumb browsers, they don't even know how to alphabetize bookmarks, let alone how dumb those are setup/placed!

I must agree...especially about the Bookmark management. I stick with Firefox myself and one of the reasons is that I can have the bookmark panel open and docked to the left hand side of the browser. My 400 + bookmarks are organized into folders and I like the easy access that affords me to those sites.