Dell Releases a Secure Browser

Dell has been coming out with some of their own software (Dell Dock) to put on PC’s to help their users. While most of the bloatware is crap (ok, all of it is!), the Dell Dock is decent and gets a lot of good press. Again, they have brought out something to make computing easier, or safer anyway. The new browser from Dell, KACE, is based on Firefox, but is designed to be a lot more secure than a base Firefox installation. I’m sure it will save a lot of users from getting an infection. Most of this stuff should be included in basic browsers, anyway. I’m not sure why it would take someone like Dell to release this, while Microsoft and Mozilla haven’t yet released something similar. You do need to input your name and email to download, but it is available for anyone to download. Check it out, and leave your experiences in the comments or in our forums! Edit: It’s a 74MB download for those that are on slow connections, beware!

The Secure Browser uses virtualization technology to provide a safer web experience to users and organizations. When using the Secure Browser any changes or malicious files inadvertently downloaded from the Internet are contained within the secure browser, keeping the underlying OS and computer secure from hostile changes. Any changes resulting from browser activity may be quickly and easily reset to effectively