#8 Protopage Review


Quite fast, no complaints. A couple of seconds to load, but when loaded runs amazingly fast & smooth.

The interface is mostly intuitive and fast. That’s awesome. Although the interface appears to be cluttered, most widgets can be quickly deleted and cleaned up, and theme & colors are configurable. Some functionalities, however, is very poorly implemented. (Take for example adding bookmarks) If you’ve got quite a few bookmarks, you’re in for a nightmare. Another striking problem is the fluid state of everything: it’s like you’re always in edit mode, so half the time I’m changing my layout or my bookmarks without any intention to do so. True, it’s just as easy to change back, but why can’t everything stay in place once I set it right?


  • Extensive collection of gadgets available – including several user-designed gadgets
  • Bookmarking
  • RSS feeds

No export functionality is available bookmarks? Forget it: no backup, no option to ever export them. If this start page dies, all your bookmarks die with it.

Available for:
All major browsers

Free to use. Paid version for $30 a year (to remove the ads).

Try Protopage now.

This article has last been updated on: Nov 2, 2020 @ 3:58 pm.

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