Baidu Spark Browser for Windows: Feature-rich, speedy, lightweight, customizable

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Lavish loves to follow up on the latest happenings in technology. He loves to try out new Windows-based software and gadgets and is currently learning JAVA. He loves to develop new software for Windows. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software is always recommended, he feels.


  1. Miller

    Downloaded and began the installation process. Then I read their Privacy Policy. That was the end of that.

  2. Ziggy

    This browser promises a lot but each time I’ve tried it one or more of its “amazing and never seen before features” either crashes or just simply fails to work.

  3. Grazzer

    Like a virus, Baidu Spark Browser tries to overpower a computer and mounts a defense when someone tries to remove it.

  4. Lupo

    Chromium based – Google – ye gods! – goodbye…..

  5. Lavish Thakkar

    Hey Ziggy,
    The problem was never faced by me! Please try reinstalling!

  6. I found the same problem also the adaware was no good at getting rid of om explorer

  7. Lavish Thakkar

    Hey Grazzer,

    I feel you are mistaken, here is a screenshot of Spark Uninstalling.
    If you want, i can do a video even!

  8. Bindae

    Baidu ? Privacy.

  9. seti

    Seems most Baidu apps spawn warnings from Norton and Kaspersky that I know of for sure. So, I have become more used to the fact of avoiding Baidu. I did install this and didn’t see any such warnings, but with past experience I never totally trust many programs that have this kind of history. I did uninstall as well.

  10. Grazzer

    There are other, more worthy browsers to choose from.

  11. EkoTeguhTriwisuda

    I’ve just tried Spark with your recommendation to use Offline Spark Installer, and it wasn’t offer any other unwanted application. It’s seem to be lighter than Chrome even newest Firefox. I’m still trying use it. Let’s me see how excellent this Spark browser, it’s true whether not ^_^

  12. Kleber Fainer

    That problem was never faced by me as well, Spark is one of the best browsers out there…

  13. Kleber Fainer

    People’s resistance to Baidu is something amazing…

  14. I’ve found after using the internet for very many years, in fact when personal ones first came out that all these so called top notch browsers are in fact rubbish, I now stick with one namely Firefox, that too has a few faults but in my opinion is as yet the best one I’ve used

  15. czarek

    Where is home icon?

  16. Azza Ahmed

    download mark doesnt work

  17. mangonanny

    Aren’t there any decent alternative browsers out there that are not based on Google/Chromium or Firefox? Those browsers are the reason I am looking for alternatives in the first place. The LAST thing I want is ANYTHING even remotely connected to those Jackboots!!

  18. mangonanny

    Thank you, Anand. I appreciate your thoughtfulness. That WindowsClub list is where I found 6 of the last browsers that I tried. I don’t trust or want any Cloud Browsers and I find when I read through the information about each one of those browsers in that list, that most seem to have a backdoor connection to Chrome or Firefox, and again I don’t trust that.

    I don’t want to get started and invest my time in learning a new browser’s features etc just to find that I am no better off than I was with the browsers that I chose to part from.
    There are a few more on the list that I will look at more closely. I guess I find all the time necessary to investigate and check these out very frustrating as there are things I would much rather be doing.

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