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Multi-processing browser with AutoFills, Online Bookmarks and AD Blockers


Written by Elena Opris on November 16th, 2011













There are many reasons why people
switch to other web browsers. The most popular scenario is when it fails
on them at a time when it's needed the most.





One of the web browsers people turn to is the Avant Browser.




Its
user interface is quite pleasant and well organized, especially in
compact mode. The menu toolbar is displayed on the upper right corner,
right above the search bar (where default search engine is Bing).





A
very nice feature about Avant Browser is that it supports multiple
profiles. That means that you can save configurations, bookmarks, RSS
feeds and web passwords from any computer, according to the email
address and password.





Do you know how certain web browsers need
to install extensions in order to capture an image or the content of a
page? Well, Avant has all these add-ons by default, in the File menu.
You can save a whole web page as HTML, text, image etc.





And yes, with Avant you can also open a private session where you can navigate online without leaving any traces behind.




In
addition, you can save forms from web pages, backup and restore
profiles, use Avant's real-time translation feature that supports a lot
of languages, change interface language, and a lot more. Avant is
completely customizable.





In matter of speed (response time and page loading), Avant is excellent. And the system resources it uses are minimum.




We
honestly were very surprised by the capabilities of Avant Browser, and
we're sure you'll love exploring it. It is a very clean, straightforward
web browser that has a lot to offer.

















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