The young American shoot Mighty is trying a daring bet, that of charging a monthly subscription for an Internet browser hosted in the cloud which promises much higher performance than Chrome, Firefox and others.
Mighty comes across on paper as aparticularly innovative, because it is entirely managed on the . In fact, it is not your which supports the constraints related to your online activity, but a away from home. In theory, no more problem of or overheating, regardless of the number of tabs open. Even the autonomy of your machine should be affected.
Mighty, so that’s the promise to have aand efficient without necessarily having a state-of-the-art computer. Last but not least: since your browser is in the cloud, it is in theory never “closed” and your data is therefore accessible at any time from any connected terminal.
A demonstration of the Mighty Navigator. © Mighty
Hosted on powerful servers
All this is made possible thanks to an extremely robust upstream installation with machines powered by 16-core processors coupled with 16 GB of RAM, all connected to a connectionde 1 000 Mbit/s.
This service will nevertheless have a cost, and not the least, since the subscription would amount to 30 dollars per month according to the site.. While waiting for its official launch, the project can be discovered in more detail on the Mighty website: