Avant Browser Ultimate
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"A browser with a lot of potential."
One of the couple tri-core browsers that uses Internet Explorer's Trident, Mozilla's Gecko, & Chrome's Webkit rendering engines. One interesting feature is that you can set which websites to render in specific core engine. For example, if I want to update Windows by going to update.microsoft website, Avant Browser Ultimate allows you to predetermine which sites to use a specific rendering engine to maximize compatibility. So you can update your Windows with this browser, but this means more compatibility across the web in general as some sites work with certain engines better. The browser also exhibits low memory usage. It has a built-in ad blocker, of course a pop-up blocker. As far as extensions are concerned, I didn't test it out.
It crashed on me using the Firefox engine, however this seems to be fixable problem.
This is only one of two browsers can that actually features more than 2 browsing rendering engines. Lunascape being the other. This browser however is more memory efficient, though it did crash on me. The crash seems to be a easily fixable problem, so I wouldn't be surprised if fixed by next release. If you want a browser with multiple rendering engines to mitigate the incompatibilities of the web, this is one of them. Instead of juggling multiple browsers, these type of browsers sure remedy it.