Arora - pronounced Ar-Roh-rah - is an open source web browser based on the famous MVC (model-view-controller) architecture. Benjamin C. Meyer developed this software project as a part of his Ph.D. dissertation project at Stanford University. It is an easy-to-use graphical user interface (GUI) system based on the XML markup language. Users may edit their web pages with standard text editors like Notepad, WordPad, or HTML editor. One has the freedom to do anything within the bounds of the user interface or in a separate window.
Arora allows users to browse through hundreds of thousands of websites and millions of media files. The software is fully compatible with all major operating systems like Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and Linux based platforms. It is also free to download, requiring just a one-time fee for its commercial license. A free "light" version of arora can be downloaded from the official website for free. If you prefer to download the most popular web browsers like Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome and others at no cost, you can use the safe download services offered by Download Manager.
To use the software, first click on the start menu, then select "start" button then select "rome." Then, under "theme options", click on "select new theme," and then, type "arora - arora" (minus the quotes). After that, click "finish" button. That's all!