It offers user accounts that make most sense with older operating systems such as Windows 98 or ME. It doesn't allow customizable toolbars, a strategy which can help keep some spyware or adware applications off a machine, but can also block some useful tools from big Web sites like Yahoo or Google. We found the pop-up blocker to work well, and liked a feature that lets users manually delete individual links from the browsing history. On the whole, it's not a bad entry in the browser wars, worthy of a look by those hardy souls willing to venture beyond Firefox and Internet Explorer.
WindowSurfer is a tabbed web browser and is designed for users who have to keep logged into several web sites throughout the day. The user does a one time setup by creating Links to desired websites in a side panel and fills in the site details like URL, UserName, Password. User also selects if she wants Auto-Load, Auto-Refresh and popup blocking for each Link. Once this setup is done, then WindowSurfer does the rest of work of keeping the user logged into desired web sites every day. Each site opens in its own tab and the user can easily switch between different sites. Passwords are securely encrypted and stored on the user's own computer. It is a great productivity tool for users where they have to login to multiple Web sites throughout the day. It is also useful for busy people as it enables them to quickly go through their web accounts without any typing. Access is controlled by a user set master password. It has a unique side-by-side web search interface using Google/Yahoo/MSN.
Version 1.9.20 adds an option to go to another page, before attempting login.