Epic 58.0.3029.110 for Windows

by Hidden Reflex

Avg. Rating 3.1 (17 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.7 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,779
Publisher Hidden Reflex
Homepage Epic

Publisher's Description

Epic is a Web Browser launched by Indian startup company Hidden Reflex, and is the first ever Web browser from India. It has been stuffed with many features and applications. It has something which we have never heard of before, an integrated antivirus protection in a browser. The built in antivirus and antispyware is powered by ESET. The browser has a sidebar with lot of widgets already installed such as skins, maps, jobs, news, gmail, yahoo, games and many more. Epic claims to have around 1500 free applications which can be added in the browser. Social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Orkut are also included in the sidebar. It has a free word processor, a to do tool, snippet app, timer and most importantly it allows you to access your files and folder from the browser sidebar itself. It also has an application called Indic which allows you to type in as many as 12 Indian languages. The browser also allows you to watch videos from YouTube in a small window, so that you can browse other websites while watching videos.

Latest Reviews

NunjaBusiness

NunjaBusiness reviewed v1.0 Beta on Jul 29, 2010

"Beta?" Man this thing barely deserves Alpha in my opinion.

If you are going to release something, at least make sure you can visit a couple of websites without crashing or filling the screen with errors.

cltx99

cltx99 reviewed v1.0 Beta on Jul 28, 2010

It seems a bit frantic. For me it was very buggy. A Java error window kept popping up. On the bright side, it seems to have possibilities for the future, but for now, at least for me, it was quite unstable. I uninstalled it and will try it again when it updates.

Kelson64

Kelson64 reviewed v1.0 Beta on Jul 27, 2010

There are some things to like about this browser, and some things that I don't. It's a beta, so I am going to keep my eye on it. Overall a nice browser, but not quite ready for prime time. Some features either don't work properly, or they have no real use.

First off, I want to say that this browser is fast! Judging by eye alone, I would say that Epic is faster than the other browsers on my computer. Of course, your computer may vary. I did, however, have a problem with Epic suddenly forgetting how to render my own website, but this fixed itself upon a browser re-start.

While the sidebar is a nice feature, it's something that I would rarely if ever use. That being said, I wasn't able to find a way to hide the sidebar. So, I guess I'm stuck with it for now. I hope they add an option to hide the sidebar in the future.

The bookmark toolbar disappears for me after I close the browser. Epic doesn't currently remember that I would like my bookmark toolbar to always be present.

Overall I'd say this is a nice effort, and it shows promise. Epic just needs to clean it up a bit, and "Westernize" it more.

Avg. Rating 3.1 (17 votes)
Your Rating
NunjaBusiness

NunjaBusiness reviewed v1.0 Beta on Jul 29, 2010

"Beta?" Man this thing barely deserves Alpha in my opinion.

If you are going to release something, at least make sure you can visit a couple of websites without crashing or filling the screen with errors.

cltx99

cltx99 reviewed v1.0 Beta on Jul 28, 2010

It seems a bit frantic. For me it was very buggy. A Java error window kept popping up. On the bright side, it seems to have possibilities for the future, but for now, at least for me, it was quite unstable. I uninstalled it and will try it again when it updates.

Kelson64

Kelson64 reviewed v1.0 Beta on Jul 27, 2010

There are some things to like about this browser, and some things that I don't. It's a beta, so I am going to keep my eye on it. Overall a nice browser, but not quite ready for prime time. Some features either don't work properly, or they have no real use.

First off, I want to say that this browser is fast! Judging by eye alone, I would say that Epic is faster than the other browsers on my computer. Of course, your computer may vary. I did, however, have a problem with Epic suddenly forgetting how to render my own website, but this fixed itself upon a browser re-start.

While the sidebar is a nice feature, it's something that I would rarely if ever use. That being said, I wasn't able to find a way to hide the sidebar. So, I guess I'm stuck with it for now. I hope they add an option to hide the sidebar in the future.

The bookmark toolbar disappears for me after I close the browser. Epic doesn't currently remember that I would like my bookmark toolbar to always be present.

Overall I'd say this is a nice effort, and it shows promise. Epic just needs to clean it up a bit, and "Westernize" it more.

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