Although its read-me file describes this app as a trainer browser, it looks like the programmers of this freeware are the ones who have a bit more training to do.
Frostzone has a pared-down toolbar with only the essential buttons: Back, Forward, Refresh, Cancel, Options, Home, E-mail, Favorites with the requisite URL and Search fields. In a world of toolbar- and button-cluttered browsers, this was refreshing. But our appreciation ended quickly.
The browser opened its own home page slowly. Further, Frostzone didn't block pop-up ads and an annoying nag screen about the app appeared frequently. Pages opened slowly and we weren't able to type new addresses in the URL field--the browser simply opened a drop-down list of past URLs.
Although the publisher claims Frostzone is compatible with Vista, our testers using this OS felt this was more of a wish than a promise, and that some of this app's flaws stem from the lack of support for Vista. But its nag screen and pop-up ads are problems on any OS. Those alone put it into the realm of user-unfriendly, even with its clutter-free window frame.
Frostzone Express is a working browser system designed to be the easiest browser to operate. It is equipped with excellent speed and elite security settings depending on the users needs, while still maintaining an easy to use experience. It consists of only 9 commands, and security options pop-up in a second window, making confusion rare. With Frostzone Express, all you need is a computer to run it on and it will do the rest, it runs completely independent on all Windows systems.
You can easily make the switch and completely transfer your favorites without even pressing a button; it comes standard with Frostzone Express. This great program even allows you to print, bookmark, and check certificates for any site on the Web. So dont get confused in a Web of confusion, switch to the browser made easy Frostzone Express.