Beaker Browser 0.8.10



Uses peer-to-peer technology

Easy file downloads

Does not support browser extensions

Plain interface

Whats New (version 0.8.10)

Bug fixes:

- Fix to "library view" UI for Dats that you are seeding

- DatArchive is now attached to the window object to conform with previous behaviors

Full Details
App NameBeaker Browser
Publisher web site
Release DateSeptember 24, 2019
Last Update On2020/07/25
File Namebeaker-browser-setup-0.8.8.exe
File Size74.81MB
Main OSWindows
Compatible WithWindows
SubcategoryWeb Browsers
Total Downloads4
Downloads Last 7 Days1
PRICE And Limits
License ModelFree
LimitationsNot available

The Beaker Browser project is definitely interesting on a lot of levels. It features a lot of innovative technologies and is quite user-friendly. These technologies make the browser one of the more versatile browsers available. However, it is not the most attractive or most customizable, either. In fact, it is not even fast. But most web developers still prefer this web navigator because of all its other features alone. And even if you don’t create websites, you can still use the browser for P2P file sharing.
Beaker is a more powerful browser, for a more powerful Web.
We believe the Web is at its best when it empowers creation and encourages participation. That’s why we’re building a browser for a person-to-person Web.Our mission:
The Web enabled communication, collaboration, and creativity at a scale once unimaginable, but it’s devolved into a landscape of isolated platforms that discourage customization and interoperability. The Web’s value flows from the people who use it, yet our online experiences are dictated by corporations whose incentives rarely align with our own.We believe the Web can (and must) be a people-first platform, where everybody is invited to create, personalize, and share.That’s why we’re using peer-to-peer technology to improve how we create, share, and connect on the Web.The two key components of Beaker are its decentralized P2P network (Dat) and its Chromium engine. Dat contains cryptography technology which lets the browser securely share and host projects without paying anything.

Basically, the browser allows you to create JS, CSS, and/or HTML websites. You can also add new files and use special URLs to share them. You can still browse the internet as normal.

Web APIs are available by the browser. They let you view, read, and write Dat archives from inside of one website. You can also do this with web apps if they won’t need remote services.