TheWorld Browser Specifications
Surf the Web using multithread frame browser with various features.
TheWorld 3.1 is a Web browser based on the engine that powers Microsoft Internet Explorer. Like Internet Explorer 7 and 8, TheWorld has a multithreaded frame that is supposed to prevent window freezing.
The browser's default appearance is simple, yet it feels cluttered because its toolbar is packed with icons. Its user interface is similar to that of Internet Explorer 7 and 8 except for a few minor details. The icons are bubble-like and the top toolbar is on the right-hand side of the screen next to an extra option that lets users hide it. TheWorld also supports custom mouse gestures; right-click and move the mouse to the left to go "back," or right-click and move the mouse up and right to open a new tab, for example. If you tend to use multiple tabs simultaneously, is has a slider bar that hides all of the tabs except for the last one. It also has a built-in download manager and pop-up blocker with their controls at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. Its preinstalled extensions, such as page tools and the ad filter, are located in the add-on manager on the bottom toolbar as well.
Quickly switch among sidebars, and view dialog windows for downloads and extensions.
Surf the Web with bookmark management and ad blocking features.
Browse the Web with Mozilla-based rendering system.