Most type of content and information you need is found on the Internet. Needless to say that you need a dedicated browser to get to the pages of interest. There are various such programs which managed to make a name for themselves during the years, but others like SuperBrowse don't need to be overlooked.
Intuitive interface with a large preview area and clean navigation controls
The application comes in a lightweight package and deploys on your computer in the blink of an eye. Note, however, that it requires .NET Framework to function, which is a default features in modern Windows iterations, so there's a high chance it's already there.
As far as the interface is concerned, the application relies on a regular browser style, with the upper toolbar holding most functions and navigation controls, leaving the rest of the space for you to view and interact with pages. Multiple tabs can be active at a time, letting you comfortably perform your research.
Download manager, Proxy connection, and more
The application lets you jump to a page by punching in the URL. There's also a search bar to quickly look up items of interest on Google. Moreover, you can access Twitter and Facebook by simply pressing the dedicated buttons. A homepage can be configured to always land to a page of interest at the press of a button.
It comes with a bookmarks manager to easily track and save your favorite items. The download manager can handle all incoming files. You can secure your connections by setting up a Proxy. An RSS reader is there for you to stay up to date with latest headlines.
Additional tools include a FTP client, a simple task manager, and the possibility to send links via your installed desktop email client. There's also a built-in phishing protection feature in case you wonder off into dangerous places of the Internet.
Windows Server 2008,
||.NET Framework 4.0