Awkward navigation

Don't expect to actually browse the Web with this browser.

The EU-Browser is supposed to be a portal to European Union sites, but its poor design and lack of any common browser features got nowhere with us.

EU-Browser takes over your entire screen. There are no command buttons, URL fields, or any other browser-related features. We kept clicking the Enter button until we reached a page that contained several menu items on the left side of the window, but they were cut off from view and unreadable. A list of various European Union resource links appeared in the middle of the page, and we were able to pull up their corresponding pages, but they are in a variety of languages. We couldn't minimize or maximize the window, and we had to use Task Manager to close out the program each time we used it. We couldn't wait to get this puppy uninstalled.

If you would like to find and browse European Union sites, you'll have better luck with any online search engine. Skip this poorly conceived application. It's free, but no bargain.

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