In comes Browzar privacy
I have just been testing the new browser named Browzar . Its a lightweight browser with a 264 KB download.
Its main feature is that it doesn't save browsing history, stored files, or cookies. The Browzar also doesn't support auto-complete. The whole idea is to protect user privacy by not retaining details of their web surfing.
The beta version 1.2.0 comes with a very simple menu and there is no configuration of any sort. The default homepage is the Browzar search page and cannot be changed and this is in line with the policy of not storing details on the client computer.
I would use this browser on a public computer say at an Internet Cafe or in a library
because you can run the browzar executable from a memory stick as long as you can get permission from the firewall.