Now that Opera is adopting chromium and becoming another Chrome, I’m looking for a new browser to replace it. It must be fast, functional and safe. To satisfy the last requirement, it must be obscure, so as not to attract hackers, who concentrate on widely used apps. This leaves out all major browsers. So, I stumbled upon SlimBrowser, which makes rather impressive claims, s.a.: “Lightning Fast, Powerful and Versatile with integrated Ad and Popup Blockers, etc” However, it uses the MS Trident engine of IE which could compromise security. http://www.slimbrowser.net/en/ For open source rendering engines alternative to MS Trident, there's a corresponding webkit-based browser called SlimBoat. It makes similar claims. http://www.slimboat.com/en/ But the proof of the pudding is in the eating, not in the cook’s claims. So before installing yet another browser, I thought I’d ask whether anybody here actually has practical experience with either SlimBrowser or SlimBoat.