I Am looking for an internet browser, which has following features without installing abhorrent addons!!! And addons are security risk, you shouldn't be forced to use them period...

  • Reorder its windows on the taskbar and rename its titles (it has to be persistent even after restart!)
  • intelligent session & tab manager
  • text highlighter
  • fully customizable hotkeys
  • search when adding new bookmarks, so you can search for existing folders

I Am using Windows 10 Pro x64. Price range 50-100$. Should also probably add, if it will cost that much it should be fast at least close to FF and reasonably secure, privacy don't care that much.

I cite this study, as browsers UI didn't really change since IE6. And it is terrible and causes pain: https://bigthink.com/technology-innovation/tab-overload

  • If such a thing exists, what OS should it run on – and how much you'd be willing to spend if it came to paid solutions? Speaking of which, tracking/telemetry acceptable (as most browsers have that today) – or ad blocking required (so pages can be read without much fuss)?
    – Izzy
    Jul 19 '21 at 4:21
  • On Windows 10. Probably like 50-100$ at this point. Since I can't do anything. I have easily over 1000 tabs when I work...
    – empleat
    Jul 20 '21 at 20:36
  • Tabs are for keeping loaded web pages "alive" in memory and thus each tab requires RAM. How much RAM does your system has to keep 1k tabs open? Otherwise use the bookmark feature to keep that much pages organized and open them if needed. Some web browser can open multiple pages at one by one bookmark.
    – Robert
    Jul 21 '21 at 7:23
  • I have 16GB ram, also 16GB page file, so this shouldn't be a problem. I had even 3000 tabs in Chrome once :D
    – empleat
    Jul 21 '21 at 16:13

Vivaldi satisfies

  • Intelligent Tab Manager
  • Fully customizable hotkeys (including single key shortcuts)

You can search for bookmarks using the bookmarks panel but the search isn't that user friendly.

I don't know what you mean by a text highlighter.

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  • Vivaldi doesn't come even close to this, I already asked there :(
    – empleat
    Oct 3 '21 at 0:55

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