For all you Vista users, this tiny browser fits into your Windows sidebar. Unfortunately, the tiny screen size doesn't work with most Web pages.
As you might expect, MiniBrowser has a small user interface. The problem, though, is that the window and navigational buttons are so small that you'll need a magnifying glass to read them. We had to squint our eyes to make sure we typed our Web addresses correctly. When we tried to browse the Web, we found its performance very sluggish. We also received a barrage of script error messages from the very start. As we slowly traveled from page to page, we noticed that most of the Web pages would not fit in the tiny window. You can make the window a little larger, but not enough to fit most of the page. On several occasions, when we visited a specific site, we were unable to click on the links to take us to the next page because they had been cut off by the tiny window. We were stuck.
The publisher touts this browser more for Web radio and videos, but if you can't navigate to find the radio or video links, its pointless. We recommend that you skip this troublesome browser. We were able to quickly uninstall it directly from our sidebar.
Web browser for the Windows Vista Sidebar. Use it to monitor a specific area of a Web page from the Sidebar while you work on other applications. Ideal for network monitoring, news headlines, Web cams, Web radio, video playlists, and Web TV.