ThreeTeeth Browser

Web browsing made simple.

Welcome to the home of ThreeTeeth, a wonderful new Windows web browser based on Microsoft's Trident rendering engine.

ThreeTeeth is similar to the Internet Explorer browser that everyone knows and loves, but without all those extra bells and whistles and tabs and menus and security popups and other extraneous things that clutter up your browsing experience. You can only read one webpage at a time anyway, so why waste all that RAM and processor energy loading dozens of tabs?

If you love your tabbed web browser, consider using ThreeTeeth as your secondary browser when you don't want to wait for all of your tabs to load and just want to check something quickly, or have a guest browsing the web on your computer and don't want them to distrupt the active browsing session on your main web browser.

ThreeTeeth Browser Screenshot

ThreeTeeth requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or newer and runs on Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8. The experience is best on Windows 7 because all software runs best on Windows 7.

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View some screenshots of ThreeTeeth in action.

We send messages infrequently - only when there's a new version of ThreeTeeth available.

Read the manual for the ThreeTeeth web browser.

Check out the Changelog for a list of changes since the last release or use our search page to get started browsing the web.

The ThreeTeeth project is sponsored by Zeta Centauri.

The ThreeTeeth browser has been downloaded more than 35000 times.