There are a lot of browsers out there for you to choose from, but sometimes it can take a long time to get comfortable with all the quirks and features of a new one. If you’re searching for a browser that works with your expectations but is simple enough to understand on the first try, Min might be the one for you.
An article from TechNewsWorld described Min as having a minimalist design, but that does not mean it has low functionality or a lack of useful features. Browsers like Chrome and Firefox are great with all their add-ons and features that give users endless possibilities, but at the same time they can seem cluttered. Min aims to avoid that. It is powered by GitHub and prides itself on being easy to use.
Designed for Debian Linux, Mac, and Windows machines, it has straightforward features that will interest many users who prioritize simplicity. For one, it has built-in ad blocking capability. You don’t need to download any additional applications – the browser does it for you. You can of course choose to unblock certain content, but it makes the process a lot quicker. The option to block scripts and images also maximizes website loading speeds and protects you against rogue code attacks.
Min is also optimal for online research. The search functionality is accessible right in the browser’s URL bar so you can enter search queries directly without having to navigate to a search engine. Of course if you’d rather use an engine, you retain the option of choosing your own default.
Min is not the perfect alternative to an older, more established browser like Chrome – but it is a good supplement for task-oriented, distraction-free web time. It’s new and still has some kinks, but has loads of potential.