5 Portable Browsers that should be on your USB Drive

Your browser is the centerpiece of your internet experience and keeping it nice and portable is an awesome luxury.
You may not have heard of a couple of these Portable Browsers, but each and every one brings a unique benefit to your portable arsenal. Don’t let the fact that you may not have heard of them stand in the way of finding your new favorite browser.


Avant Browser
Now its the time to gothrough the portable version of Avant browser,The browser’s portable version is officially ready to download from their official website.

Avant is like a souped-up version of Internet Explorer. One of the main differences is how well Avant handles Flash, in comparison. Avant is

only a little slower than the current Firefox build, which puts it plenty ahead of IE’s speed. It’s also got a ton of features built in, like
ways to disable on-page sound, scripting, and animations right out of the box.

Pale Moon
What Avant is to Internet Explorer, Pale Moon strives to be alongside Firefox. Pale Moon is an alternative, slim-downed version of the
Firefox browser that is built on Firefox’s official source code. The browser has been around for years and has been proven to use less memory
than the original Firefox without the user being able to notice much difference alongside the powerhouse browser that Mozilla has on their

Browzar has a distinct advantage over the rest on this list in respect that the official build of the original browser itself is portable.
Browzar leaves an incredibly small fingerprint and is one of the most secure and easy-to-use browsers that I’ve used right from a flash

While it does lack somethings in the features category, Browzar can’t be beaten when you’re looking for something to jump on and jump right
off with. Browzar will even clear every single bit of sensitive, session-specific data after closing.


I decided to save the best for last. While Opera may already be my favorite official browser in the first place, it is not the Opera team who
developed this third-party portable port. Nonetheless, it’s flawless. It’ll even update alongside released Opera versions and still maintain
it’s portable status.

Other than that, there’s really not too much more to explain about Opera@USB. It is simply Opera in a portable package. Give Opera a shot
just for a few days and I promise you’ll start to fall in love a little.

Google Chrome Portablev24.0.1312.57
Google Chrome is a minimalistic browser designed for simplicity and speed. Its appearance and capabilities can be extended with themes and extensions. The program is WebKit-based similar to Apple’s Safari.

Google Chrome Portable is a version created in the PortableApps format and includes automatic support for jPortable to enable web-based Java apps. For users interested in the cutting edge, the beta and development branches are also available.



Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox is a fast, full-featured web browser that’s easy to use. It has lots of great features including popup-blocking, tabbed-browsing, integrated search, improved privacy features, automatic updating and more. The launcher bundled in the Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition, it leaves no personal information behind on the machine you run it on, so you can take your favorite browser along with all your favorite bookmarks and extensions with you wherever you go..!!





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