MxNitro - fast browser, based on Blink



  • I found a new browser based on Blink. Compared to other Chromium browsers, it's really fast. Fast loading, fast page loads. I think developers Vivaldi worth seeing for this project. It shows that Blink can be rapid. Link: http://usa.maxthon.com/nitro/



  • This looks like the exact opposite of Vivaldi. Some quotes:

    [ul]

    • Nitro is stripped-down […].

    • Removing largely unused, resource-hogging features like extensions, ad blockers, and cloud services.

    • Simplicity at its Finest

    • […] we stripped out all unnecessary features that cause delays in browser start-up time.

    [/ul]



  • Absolutely. This browser is interesting only because of its speed.



  • Yeah, but it looks like the reason for its speed is just stripping out all the features. So I think looking at Nitro isn't useful for the development of Vivaldi.



  • If one want's a light browser there are a lot of better options, starting from Qupzilla, Otter and Fifth, that are have also a GUI and a lot of Opera like functions.



  • Nitro takes the same time to access the boot up/url bar as OPERA

    OPERA has far more features and yet it's actually faster.

    So the question is why would anyone want to use MxNitro? I always said that project was a failure!



  • Chinese botnet at its finest



  • It's OK, but I bet most people would just say with FireFox and Chrome.



  • @The_Solutor:

    If one want's a light browser there are a lot of better options, starting from Qupzilla, Otter and Fifth, that are have also a GUI and a lot of Opera like functions.

    Fifth actually looks nice… and it's got that old Opera feel, as well... but, apparently, there aren't binnaries for Windows... and I don't know how to make some... so yeah, another one off the list...


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