ARC 1.0
ARC 1.0

Arc 1.0: The customizable web browser unleashed

What To Know

  • With Boosts, you can personalize the look and layout of a website, changing colors, replacing fonts, and even removing sections you don’t want to see.
  • The best part is that you don’t need to be proficient in coding or scripting to create Boosts.
  • While Arc is currently available for Mac, a Windows version is in the works and expected to be released soon.
  • However, if you’ve always wanted the ability to reshape the web according to your preferences, Arc might be the perfect solution for you.

The Browser Company has recently launched Arc 1.0, its browser for Mac, and the best part is, that there’s no waitlist required to get started. This final version comes with some exciting features that have been introduced in recent weeks.

Among them are an optional toolbar, a site “control center,” and picture-in-picture support for Google Meet video calls. Additionally, the browser has been optimized to be leaner and faster than its previous iterations.

Arc takes a unique approach to web browsers by allowing users to customize and even deface websites they visit. With Boosts, you can personalize the look and layout of a website, changing colors, replacing fonts, and even removing sections you don’t want to see.

While this customization might not work seamlessly for all websites, many of these personalized settings can be shared with other users. The best part is that you don’t need to be proficient in coding or scripting to create Boosts.

No More Waitlists! Explore the Exciting Features of Arc 1.0 for Mac – Personalization, Virtual Spaces, and More

Tabs are still available, but the primary way of organizing your Arc 1.0 browsing experience in Arc is through switchable virtual spaces, effectively tab groups, which help you focus on specific tasks such as work or catching up on social media. Moreover, you can pin frequently used sites for easy access, and there’s a command bar catering to power users.

While Arc is currently available for Mac, a Windows version is in the works and expected to be released soon. It’s important to note that Arc 1.0 may not replace popular browsers like Chrome, Edge, or Safari, especially if you’re accustomed to their familiar interfaces and functionalities.

However, if you’ve always wanted the ability to reshape the web according to your preferences, Arc might be the perfect solution for you.

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