There are many browsers, but Beaker made this programme in a way to where it allows you to share all that you are working on directly to whoever you chose to. It functions on a peer-to-peer basis, returning the power of the web to the user.
|Operating System Support||Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7|
|Date||Thursday, October 17th 2019|
A unique implementation, Beaker provides a different way to use the internet. You can work offline from your computer with peer-to-peer websites (P2P). While it holds all the functions of a standard web browser, they based the system using DAT instead of HTTP.
Peer to peer browsing
For people who are interested in sharing files directly and developing personal websites; this website is a good option. Each site is seeded like a torrent. Users support the website creating the offline shared web. Therefore, it provides a base for personalising the internet through sharing all the data.
Steep learning curve
There isn’t much support for the software available besides in jargon-ridden sections of the internet. The idea has not yet bloomed into quite what it wants, but there is a cult following and a variety of tools you can take advantage of to better understand this browser.
Designed for tech-savvy people
Beaker Browser is definitely unique and worth a try for any programmer. It does its job well in sharing files. However, for anyone who lacks a good understanding of computers, it might take some time to get into and is not the right place to start.