UC Browser is a comprehensive browser originally made for Android. Its Windows version is based on Chromium and retains its signature elements: it’s fast, compatible with most web standards, and supported by a series of additional integrated features that make it a great alternative to other browsers.
Given their shared Chromium heritage, the UC Browser interface should prove very intuitive and familiar for Google Chrome users, though its original style injects a breath of fresh air into the classic system of windows. It also allows for a high degree of customization since it comes with its own themes shop. Even with several tabs open, it doesn’t use more than 200 megabytes of memory, while Firefox and Chrome can easily break that number.
Among its many features there is an ad blocker, a start page that has bubbles for links, an administrator for custom mouse gestures, its own cloud bookmark and login sync system, a download manager, an incognito browsing mode, and all the possibilities of the Chrome Store when it comes to installing third-party apps.