ThreeTeeth Web Browser

ThreeTeeth Browser is a freeware web browser based on the Trident rendering engine used in Internet Explorer.

The ThreeTeeth Browser is a lightweight single-site browser, designed to be small and lightweight with minimal disk and memory requirements. It was originally known as the Zeta MiniBrowser, released by Zeta Centauri in March 2008.

ThreeTeeth is similar to the Internet Explorer browser that everyone knows and loves, but without all those extra bells and whistles and tabs and menus and security popups and other extraneous stuff. You can only read one webpage at a time anyway, so why waste all that RAM and processor energy loading dozens of tabs?

ThreeTeeth requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or newer and runs on Windows XP, Vista, and 7. The experience is best on Windows 7 because all software runs best on Windows 7.

Click here to download the ThreeTeeth 1.1 installer. ThreeTeeth is freeware and may be distributed freely.

Check out the Changelog for a list of changes since the last release or visit Official website


One Reply to “ThreeTeeth Web Browser”

  1. You do not need to run a 64-bit browser on your 64-bit windows. 32-bit browsers still work, albeit with an unnoticeable performance hit. Personally I am a big fan of using Google Chrome, but IE and FireFox work as well. Whatever browser you choose, keep it updated, and browse safe. The majority of infections etc are caused by un-patched systems and user-stupidity.

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