Choose more than one default browser

runs on Windows
screenshot of Browser Chooser

If you're a web designer, or just somebody with a very particular way you want to work, then you probably use several different web browsers. Between IE, Firefox, Opera, and more, it can be a lot of work to keep them straight. And then there's the whole question of the "default" browser—you know, the one that opens up when you click on a link in an email or document. It'd sure be handy to have more than one default browser.

Browser Chooser gives you that power. Once it's installed, it then functions as your default browser. Now when you double-click on that link, instead of opening a real web browser, you get Browser Chooser, and it offers you links for each of your installed browsers. Finally you can use the tool you really want without a bunch of extra twisting and turning.

Browser Chooser is a Windows app. It's designed for Vista and Windows 7.

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5 Responses to “Choose more than one default browser”

  1. wondering says:

    where is the version for windows xp professional?

  2. Nelson says:

    HI there! Neat idea, but doesn’t seem to play well with XP. I know it was made for Vista and Win 7, but I thought I’d give it a whirl on XP anyway. Not a happy program, I’m sorry to report.

  3. Ali says:

    wooow.. wonderfull.. thanks sir

  4. Austinkir says:

    Is it a sir? I always thought it was a mam… Who knows?

  5. Frank says:

    Does browser chooser work with windows explorer 8????