Previously it was limited to Android mobile phones and tablets, Samsung’s browser has a version for Windows computers this Tuesday (28). According to the South Korean giant, the new feature promises a multi-featured browsing experience and enhanced privacy protection.
Compatible with computers running Windows 10 and Windows 11Samsung Internet for desktop is the same browser found on Galaxy devices. In this way, it is possible to synchronize browsing data between the smartphone and the computer, share the history of accessed websites, favorite pages and open tabs; Saved passwords should be added soon.
The browser also allows you to import your favorite search engines like Google and Bing. ad blockers, translator and incognito mode supportdoes not record your steps on the web. Another highlight is the various light and dark theme options to customize the screen.
Based on the Chromium open source project, Samsung’s browser is compatible with various extensions that add extra features to the programhelps optimize user experience. It is worth noting that some Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge extensions work on the software.
How to download and install?
If you have a computer with Windows 10 or Windows 11, you can download Samsung Internet Browser from the Microsoft Store website or the operating system store application. Once on the page, click “Install” and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Since this is a newly released version, It’s possible for Samsung’s Windows browser to perform erratically at firstas stated by SamMobile. Some of the issues identified by the publication include crashes, slowness, and difficulty scrolling.
These minor bugs should be fixed soon with the next program updates, which may also include more features found in the current browser for Android.
Source: Tec Mundo
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