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Hey everyone, today I’ll be looking at a new browser called the SRWare Iron browser as recommended to me by User. I will link you up in the description to its exact website where you can find download link to download the Iron browser. I'm clicking it on right now and it says this is the installer for XP and Vista. I'm going to download that as oppose to the portable version. And hit open. And it’s an 8.5 meg download. So let’s wait for it to finish. And I will close Safari in the background. I’ll just wait for this to finish by itself. This is my first attempt at installing and using this browser so I’ll do a little review session on this in HD. So I'm loading, and it should come out with a run dialogue. Here it is. Hit run. This is Safari. USC comes up although that was invisible to cams studio. You can select your language. I’ll just show you guys these are the languages that is available in. I will going to choose English. Next. This is going to install it on my computer. So I'm going to agree to that. Accept the agreement. Next. Program files. That’s exactly where it will install it. I'm going to hit next again. And last but not least, it will add a shortcut to the start menu folders. So I’ll hit next. I will leave the desktop icon but uncheck the quick launch icon just because I'm happy with what I have on my quick launch right now. Next, and this is what it’s going to install. I'm good with that. So here you can see its extracting files. This is the typical installation process and it is done. So I'm going to finish and it launches the browser instantly and now I'm going to just mess around with it. So first of all it’s looking a lot like Google Chrome right now. There’s a little mess up with the arrow up there. But it looks a lot like Google Chrome. And my first impressions are, it looks nice. It has that super bar as oppose to a start URL bar and a search bar. So if I want to search friend. It will automatically Google friend. Let’s see, I'm going to try Acid3 test. I remember doing a video and showing you guys the Safari 4 web kit browser that I showed you. That passed with 100 out of 100 on the Acid3 test. And there we go, it does have a 100/100 but it does say linktest failed. And it’s supposed to look like this. So interesting little glitch, linktest failed. YouTube.com. it is pretty speedy, although there is a built in delay again when I press it and when I press enter in the URL bar and when it actually begins to buffer. There's a small difference. So wikepedia.com, enter. Three, and then it starts downloading. So it is a pretty speedy browser actually. I do like it. I have to look around, see what kind of add ons I can actually get for it. There we go. Now arrow is working for a minute, but then. There we go. Arrow actually does work. It’s transparent just like Google Chrome. It’s really reminding me of Google Chrome. So I'm guessing it’s just a spin off the web kit in Google Chrome. Let’s see if they can remember pass word. Yup, it says you want Iron to save your password? And I will say yes. So I guess there's a little thing there, Iron and Chrome. They go hand in hand. Yeah, it does seem to work. I already have Google Gears installed. Those are a few first impressions of Iron and there's the logo and you can obviously unlock your object or your rock dock and just drag it right in. so this is something cool I learned today. So if you like this browser, just click the link on the description and you can obviously download this browser and test it out for yourself. See if you like it over Google Chrome or if you like it at all. And here we sign in YouTube and I'm going to see if I can find for you the person who actually suggested it. It was a comment on one of my videos by mmmbuttterchicken. So they suggested that I actually try the web browser. It buffers the page quite well. It has the same lay out as I would open it in Firefox or Safari. And he says, Safari’s not the fastest, try SRWare Iron. It is made from the source from a Google Chrome, which I can tell quite easily by this lay out and everything. And it is faster than Safari with the webkit which I have yet to see. It also gets a 100/100 on the Acid3 test. And in my opinion it looks better to. I have to agree, I checked it out and I'm doing a video review right now and I'm liking it. I tried Google Chrome before and it works pretty good speed. I mean Google Chrome obviously one of the fastest web browsers out there. And I’ll pull up now, see how much resources this is using. So if we go to processes, we can see Firefox preloader in the background is using about 102 megabytes. And I'm going to look all the way down to Iron and it’s using only 15 megs, so I'm actually very impress by its resource management plus a very good feature. What else can I say, it’s not using any CPU. If I were to open YouTube.com. We see it spike a little like 10, 3, 2, then 0. And it’s using 16 megs, so it’s very, very good. If I were to stream a video over here. I could probably get it up to 20 megabytes but that’s very, very good resource management from this browser. If I were to compare it as the user I showed you did to Safari and I open task manager and say I were to go to YouTube.com. We already see Safari climbing to the top at 40 megabytes. So I suppose if you don’t have a lot of RAM, I have 4 gig of RAM. If you do not have a lot of RAM, it will be a good idea to use a less resource intensive browser such as Iron. So I guess I would recommend this at people who are just trying out new browsers. I’ve already tried out Aqua10 Alpha, Chameleon, Safari webkit browser, the Safari browser, and now SRWare Iron browser which works in convention with Google Chrome. So if you guys like this video then go ahead and subscribe and I do a lot of videos and you can send me a personal message with a request should you want to get a video done just like that. 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