The ThreeTeeth Browser Version 1.32
Welcome to the home of ThreeTeeth, a wonderful Windows web browser based on Microsoft's Trident rendering engine.
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 things that clutter up your browsing experience. You can only read one webpage at a time anyway, so why waste all that RAM and processor energy loading dozens of tabs?
If you love your tabbed web browser, consider using ThreeTeeth as your secondary browser when you don't want to wait for all of your tabs to load and just want to check something quickly, or have a guest browsing the web on your computer and don't want them to distrupt the active browsing session on your main web browser.
ThreeTeeth scores 312 out of 555 points on html5test.com on a Windows 10 machine.
ThreeTeeth requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or newer and runs on Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, and XP.
The ThreeTeeth Browser was formerly known as the Zeta MiniBrowser.
If you'd prefer a browser based on the WebKit engine, try the TikBew Browser instead.
If you'd prefer a browser based on the Gecko engine, try the Scleroglossa Browser instead.
ThreeTeeth Web Browser Screenshots
Wikipedia rendered with the threeteeth browser.
Tea-Finder.com rendered with the ThreeTeeth browser.
Adding a bookmark to SFFDB, a science fiction and fantasy website.
Viewing the source of a web page with ThreeTeeth.
The 'add a bookmark' dialog prompt.
Navigating to a website in the bookmark list.
Image of the ThreeTeeth Browser's navigation toolbar.
ThreeTeeth Web Browser Manual
Here are what the buttons do:
The left arrow lets you navigate to the previous web page in your history, if any. If there is not a previous web page it will be grayed out.
The right arrow lets you navigate to the next web page in your history, if any. If there is not a next web page it will be grayed out.
The stop sign lets you stop the current page load, if any. If there is nothing loading it will be grayed out.
The circular arrows let you refresh the currently loaded web page.
The home icon lets you return to the ThreeTeeth search page.
The folder icon lets you open an HTML file stored on your computer.
The print button lets you send a web page to the printer.
The angle brackets let you view the source HTML for the current web page.
The question mark icon lets you view the about box for the ThreeTeeth web browser.
The bookmark button lets you add a page to the list of bookmarks stored by ThreeTeeth.
The URL bar shows you the currently loaded web page's URL. You can type a web address into the URL bar to navigate to a new web page. After you've entered the URL, press enter or click on the arrow to the right of the URL bar to navigate to the page.
Bookmarking and Loading Bookmarks
When you click the bookmark button, you will be shown the URL and the name of the page. You can edit the page name and URL if you want to have a more descriptive URL title or want to go to a different part of the website. Clicking "OK" adds the bookmark to the bookmark list, while clicking "Cancel" aborts the operation.
To navigate to a bookmark, click the drop down list next to the bookmark button and select an item from the list. The browser will load the web page for that bookmark.
About Web Security
Everyone has different a different opinion and a differet set (or lack) of fears when it comes to web security.
Some people are fearless, boldly traversing categories sites known to be a bit more risky -- torrents, adult content, gambling -- and others are wary of even launching a web browser at all.
Some people are confident that if anything bad does happen to them, such as credit card fraud, that they are covered by laws and cardholder agreements that limit their liability. Others fear losing everything with one misplaced mouse click. The truth is somewhere in between. If a computer is plugged in, it can be hacked, but if you're running a modern up-to-date copy of Windows it probably will not be in any way that is seriously detrimental to your health. It's up to you to take the precautions you feel are appropriate, but a commercial virus scanner is normally enough protection.
How much of what you hear about security is hype or FUD? It's really hard to tell, just as hard as being able to tell whether a financial pundit knows something you don't, or is nothing but a windy bag of swagger and boast or whether a politician will actually do what they say they're going to do once elected.
You should know that maximum security is not one of the goals of the ThreeTeeth project.
If you're worried about the bad things that can happen to you on the internet, you should try the Authentic8 secure web browsing service. It really can't be beat for insulating you from all of the nasty malware that is out to get you and their disposable browser is far more secure than any regular web browser.
ThreeTeeth Web Browser Changelog
Changes in Version 1.32 (2020-12-25)
Changes in Version 1.31 (2015-09-19)
Changes in Version 1.3 (2013-01-09)
Changes in Version 1.2 (2012-06-27)
Changes in Version 1.1 (2011-06-18)
Changes in Version 1.0 (2011-05-17)
Note: Before version 1.0, ThreeTeeth was known as the Zeta MiniBrowser.
The ThreeTeeth Browser has had more than 45000 downloads.
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