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The internet has changed a lot since the ’90s. The browser hasn’t. The Browser Co.’s free internet interface, Arc, is a modern take that caters to multi­taskers with more viewing options. “Instead of one endless row of tabs you can barely read, let alone organize, Arc includes a vertical sidebar with room for everything,” says CEO and co-founder Josh Miller. Users can easily save screenshots and share digital whiteboards. Every 12 hours, Arc closes and archives any unpinned tabs to reduce clutter; it’s cleaned up over 100 million open tabs to date.

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