DuckDuckGo is chipping away at a work area program that would welcome a similar spotlight on keeping away from client following to the whole web insight. In a blog entry, DuckDuckGo CEO Gabriel Weinberg offered a brief look at the impending program and said clients could anticipate that it should act in similar way as its portable perusing application.
Weinberg said the work area program would offer “robust privacy protection” as a default setting. The work area program, similar to its portable same, will accompany the ‘Fire button to immediately eradicate perusing history, tabs, and put away information in a single tick.
“Like we’ve done on mobile, DuckDuckGo for desktop will redefine user expectations of everyday online privacy,” Weinberg wrote in the blog.
“No complicated settings, no misleading warnings, no “levels” of privacy protection – just robust privacy protection that works by default, across search, browsing, email, and more.”
The work area program is being worked around “OS-provided rendering engines” — like on mobiles — that will make a neater interface and eliminate all the messiness that standard programs accompany, Weinberg said.
“With our clean and simple interface combined with the beloved Fire Button from our mobile app, DuckDuckGo for desktop will be ready to become your new everyday browsing app,” the DuckDuckGo CEO composed.
Early tests demonstrate that the DuckDuckGo work area program was “significantly faster” than Google Chrome, he added.
The program is presently going through shut beta testing on macOS. In any case, a tweet from Weinberg implies that DuckDuckGo is preparing the program for Windows PCs also. The organization offered no word on when the work area program would open up to the general population, in any case.
DuckDuckGo presented an underlying device for its portable perusing application last month that can forestall applications from following Android clients. In July, it carried out an email insurance administration that will strip away any trackers joined to messages.