Superbird 27.0.1453.93

Superbird is a free browser with special emphasis placed on speed, stability and data security. Compared to other browsers, Superbird surprises with extremely fast site rendering. The browser is based on the open Google Chrome source code but does not send data about user behavior (e.g. visited sites) to Google. There's a variety of extensions for Superbird, like adblocker, themes, plugins.

Superbird offers all the benefits you already know about Google Chrome, but with maximum data security since Superbird doesn't send data to Google!

The table shows you the differences between Google Chrome and Superbird:

Download: Superbird 27.0.1453.93 |  31.0 MB (Freeware)
Download: Portable Superbird 27.0.1453.93 | 44.3 MB
Link: Superbird Home Page

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Does it really matter if data is sent to Google? It would be anonymous anyway, and could be used to improve search. I've been using Google's search tools for years and haven't had any privacy violations.

68k said,
Does it really matter if data is sent to Google? It would be anonymous anyway, and could be used to improve search. I've been using Google's search tools for years and haven't had any privacy violations.

It would be difficult for you to know if you have had any privacy violations.

insanelyapple said,
So, how this is different from SRWare Iron?

Exactly what I was thinking since I have used SRWare Iron for a couple of years. Go to http://superbird-browser.com/en/superbird-vs-chrome and https://www.srware.net/en/soft...are_iron_chrome_vs_iron.php to compare how similar Superbird and Iron appear to be. To be fair, I have no idea which one came first or if one is necessarily better than the other. It might boil down to personal preference. That said, I have used Iron for a couple of years and SRWare has a forum and so on. Superbird's page doesn't provide much information as to who is developing it or anything else.

Edited by JayZJay, May 24 2013, 12:35pm :

theres rumor that most browser makers considering to nullify the 'Esc' key ability to stop the running (java)scripts, this would works as Stop-button already gone away.

Will this version of browser follow that route?