The Orca Browser is a new free web browser based on the Mozilla code such as used in Firefox. It comes with a number of extra features you won’t find in vanilla Firefox, like online storage of bookmarks as standard, support for mouse gestures and a built in download manager. The locked in Yahoo! search box is a bit weird admittedly, but that’s not going to matter much shortly anyway, eh?
But it’s the performance of the software that stands out. Although it doesn’t load anywhere near as quickly as Google Chrome, it does run some 3x faster than Firefox, while still supporting addons and extensions, which is a win-win. I also like the way it automatically gives you more granular tab support than Firefox, so I can have everything open in a new tab.
Oh and check out the auto-scroll button which automatically scrolls the current tab at a choice of speeds. Nice touch guys. I could definitely get to like this thing if it supports my must-have Firefox addons. Check it out for yourselves.
Orca Browser is an extremely fast and user friendly web browser, designed to add more functions on to the latest version of Firefox. Not only does Orca Browser contains all the features, such as security, low memory usage, spell-checker, built-in download manager, etc. from a typical Gecko based browser, it also improves the speed, adds built-in features like an AD Blocker, Flash Blocker, Online Profile Storage, auto Form-Filler, and a Outlook-Style RSS Reader.