Columbus is a smart and powerful web-browser with useful built-in features addressing functionality, usability, searching, security, customization, saving, taking shortcuts and accessing the Internet.
This web-browser fits more than one type of user - it can offer a quick, reliable access to Web content, ease-up your downloading habits or help you with your online work.
Columbus comes with the ability to search for a particular file you want to download, directly on popular sites including The Pirate Bay, IsoHunt, BTJunkie, Torrentz, WorldNova, TorrentBox, MyBitTorrent, MiniNova, Mononova, Torrent Valley.
When performing a search you can specify the search engine you want to use being able to choose from Google, Bing, Wikipedia.
Besides customizing the look and content of your browser extremely fast and easy you can manage your downloads from within the browser due to an integrated special function (simply click on Windows, select Downloads and enter an URL). There's also a Full Screen Tablet Mode if you want just your browser page to fill the screen.
Columbus' features further extend to include a file-managing system that allows you to better organize the files stored on your computer.
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