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Developer(s) Radical Software Ltd
Stable release 3.6.4 (September 24, 2010; 6 years ago (2010-09-24)) [±]
Preview release Non [±]
Operating system Windows, Mac OS X
Engine Gecko
Type web browser
License Proprietary
Website www.wyzo.com

Wyzo is a web browser based on Mozilla Firefox by Radical Software Ltd.[citation needed] The authors claim it is intended to download and manage all types of media, and they are naming it a Media Browser[peacock term] instead of a web browser. It is currently[when?] in Beta development stage and supports Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X but not Linux.


FireTorrent is an extension for the BitTorrent Protocol that runs on Mozilla Firefox and the Wyzo web browser. It places torrent downloads in the same window as normal downloads, and bears similarity to the official BitTorrent client. It is recognized as being easier to use for the inexperienced torrent user than standalone BitTorrent clients, but offers fewer options.[1][2] It is built upon P2P Innovate technology.[3]

Some of the modifications are:

Radical Software Ltd is an internet startup company that is based in Jersey, UK.[citation needed][5] It is known for developing the FireTorrent extension and Wyzo web browser.


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