Meet Cello, A Text-Based Web Browser

Meet Cello, A Text-Based Web Browser


Most web pages seem to have ads these days. It’s not uncommon to see websites that cram a ton of ads into one page. In an effort to combat this, I created Cello, a text-based browser for Windows. This browser only displays text. It does not load images or ads.
A few days ago, I thought up the idea for Cello. It seemed like a good idea, so I decided to make it a reality. After about 2 hours of work, I’ve been able to release the first-ever version of Cello! Obviously, it has some issues, but I’m okay with that. My hope is that I can make Cello better by releasing new updates for it.

If you want to take Cello for a spin, click here. You can also find the Cello Browser in the “web browsers” menu.

I’m really excited about the future of Cello! I hope that you enjoy my new program. Feel free to leave suggestions in the comments!

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