This Web browser has a multitude of features to surf and access system settings, though a few glitches were revealed in testing. Among SecretWeb's strengths are its well-made, easy-to-follow user interface and built-in hot key camouflage. It features customization pleasantries such as interchangeable skins, menus, and toolbars to quickly access system components. It supports tabbed browsing and can open and hide other browser windows such as IE, Firefox, and Opera. You'll be able to quickly set up POP3 e-mailing, your FTP client, and RSS reader with options to quickly access all three from the toolbar menu. Some convenient menu options to open system components, such as the Task Manager, Registry Editor, and clipboard, worked, making it easy to alter settings. Others, such as the Calendar and the News Client, were faulty. SecretWeb did run sluggishly at times and caused some other apps on our system to do the same. Worst of all, it caused our test machine to crash once. Though we like SecretWeb by and large, we recommend you thoroughly test it before chucking your current browser.
What's new in version 6.0
Version 6.0 includes better e-mail feature and various bug fixes.
How do I keep my surfing on the net secretly from people around me, at home or office? How do I prevent prying eyes from sensitive information when I surf on the net ? How do I avoid popup advertisings when I surf the net ? Do you conduct day trading of personal stocks at work? Do you send unrelated e-mails to friends and relatives from the workplace? Do you shop online while at work? Do you hunt for new job while online at work? Do you play computer games while at work? Do you want to make IE7, Firefox and Opera browsers function secretly like SecretWeb does? SecretWeb is not a tool to do unethical things at work, but it is a smart way to avoid all that troubles. The most important thing this Web Browser distinguishable from the rest is its ability to camouflage your surfing to prevent prying eyes from sensitive information. Email anything you like browsing anything you like, if someone comes you can make it physically disappear and your computer behaves normally as if you're working on something else. SecretWeb is not just an ordinary Web Browser, whether you are at home or at work. Unless, you are alone or have your own office, there is always possibility that someone might be curious about what and where you are surfing. If you don't like people prying at what you are browsing; especially, you don't want to upset your boss for abusing company resource and working time. SecretWeb is a smart way to avoid trouble, although it may sound unethical to do personal things at a workplace. By pressing a combination of keys (Hot Key, or rather Secret Keys), you can make SecretWeb disappeared on the screen, even on "Taskbar" or "Alt+Tab". When people go away, all you have to do is again pressing a different set of combination of keys to bring back the browser.