Despite its rather dated interface, which is reminiscent of the early versions of Internet Explorer, 32bit Web Browser has many interesting features, such as direct links to search engines (Google, Yahoo, etc.) and dictionaries (Dictionary.com, Cambridge Dictionary, etc.).
Unfortunately, despite being quite fast and having interesting options, 32bit Web Browser does not support tabs, which in this day and age is simply unforgivable.
32bit Web Browser is a decent alternative to the big browsers, but is only recommended for very low-powered equipment for which Mozilla Firefox is not a viable option.