In a significant move, Samsung has unveiled its renowned Internet browser for Windows PCs, offering users a familiar and synchronized browsing experience across devices. Now available on the Microsoft Store for both Windows 10 and 11, the Samsung Internet browser brings a touch of familiarity to PC users who have already embraced the browser on their Android devices.
Exploring the Samsung Internet Browser on Windows:
To enjoy the Samsung Internet browser on your Windows PC, simply head to the Microsoft Store and click the install button. Contrary to some expectations, you don’t need a Samsung Galaxy machine to run the browser—any Windows 10 or 11 device will suffice.
Once installed, users can sign in with their Samsung account to unlock a seamless synchronization of browsing data between their Samsung Galaxy phones and Windows PCs. This includes bookmarks, browsing history, and open tabs, creating a cohesive browsing experience across devices.
Notable Features and Considerations:
- Privacy Dashboard: The browser introduces a Privacy Dashboard, allowing users to have better control over their privacy settings and monitoring.
- Ad Blocker: Samsung Internet comes equipped with an Ad Blocker feature that lets users choose between ‘off,’ ‘aggressive,’ and ‘basic’ settings.
- User-Friendly Interface: With a clean and centralized user interface, the browser offers a minimalist design. Dark mode is also available for users who prefer a more subdued browsing experience.
- Tab Organization: Similar to other browsers, Samsung Internet organizes open sites with tabs. Users can easily swap between tabs for a more organized browsing session.
Installation and Compatibility:
To install the Samsung Internet browser, visit the Microsoft Store link and click on the install button. The browser is compatible with both Windows 10 and 11, ensuring a wide user base can take advantage of its features.
While the Samsung Internet browser on Windows is already receiving positive feedback for its smooth performance, some users have reported issues such as laggy scrolling. However, with continuous updates and improvements, Samsung’s browser could emerge as a strong contender among the best browsers for PCs in the future.