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Arc Browser now available for Windows

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The Arc Browser has been a popular alternative to Chrome, Safari and Co on macOS for some time. As of this week it is also available for Windows.

The goal of Arc is to completely redefine the browser experience and thereby simplify it for the user. On the one hand, this should be achieved through the special structure of the app. Instead of the tab bar at the top, Arc has a bar on the left with all tabs, saved websites and favorites. Open tabs can be combined into a folder with one click and disappear after a certain time if you do nothing.

On the other hand, Arc wants to score points with a wide variety of AI functions. These include, among other things, the live folders, which show current pull requests from GitHub, or the ability to immediately open the best result for a search term without having to see all other matches. You can also ask ChatGPT questions with just a few interactions.

Since launching in 2021, Arc has been a Program, which is only available for the Mac. “The Browser Company” quickly opened a group to test a Windows version, although this was kept very small for a long time. Now that's changing, because as of this week the browser is also accessible to everyone with a Windows device without restrictions.

Arc is free to download and use and requires Windows 11. This is available Programs about the Developer website.

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