Saturday, September 5, 2020 ()

Welcome to Dot Browser

Saturday, August 8, 2020 ()

Saying goodbye to the Electron version of Dot Browser

Starting 22nd August 2020, all previous versions of Electron will become deprecated and we will no longer provide support for them. We won't be removing the downloads, but we will be moving those old versions to an archive page. The reason why we've decided to make this bold change is because Electron isn't very great. Electron was never designed to make web browsers or large applications, it was designed for people and companies to convert their existing web apps into full-on applications for
Friday, May 29, 2020 ()

How we're saving RAM in Dot Browser

We use Electron. There, I said it. We're not ashamed of using Electron and there are many reasons why we chose Electron and not just forked Chromium. * Electron isn't a massive learning curve. C++ isn't friendly for beginners, and I've never touched C++ in my life. * Electron gives you easy access to Web APIs. Web APIs are becoming more sophisticated and having a big set of tools ready to use is amazing. * Electron gives you access to Node modules. Something like Axios or request w
Monday, May 25, 2020 ()

Better transparency from Dot HQ: Our new Privacy Policy

We've launched a privacy policy which should provide everyone who is interested in our browser, or has already tried it out peace of mind and complete transparency.

It's pretty spooky down here.

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