Comodo Dragon


Comodo Dragon – fast and versatile Internet Browser based on Chromium, infused with Comodo’s unparalleled level of Security! The Comodo Dragon has taken the latest Chromium technology and beefed it up in the one way necessary to make it the optimum Browser to use on today’s malware plagued Internet with superior security and privacy.

The Comodo Dragon encompasses all of the best features of Chrome. It includes an important feature every user needs to use the Internet in total safety today. The interface looks pretty much the same like Chrome with tabs on top. A browser developed by a company that is best known for its firewall software can leave people feeling more secure about their Internet usage.

Comodo Dragon will pull up a bright-yellow caution message warning people that sending information may be unsafe when they are entering a Web site with an unstable security certificate. Also, Comodo Dragon does not send browsing information to a remote server.

Comodo Dragon is an aesthetically minimalist browser that is attractive, responsive, and secure. From the detachable tabs at the top of the screen to the bookmark-syncing option, it is impossible to instantly recognize where the “remix” takes place. The Help tab even redirects you to Google Chrome’s Help page and the Extensions tab redirects you to Google as well.

It also keeps Chrome’s incognito mode option, where all browsing information and cookies are deleted following the user’s Web session. Upon poking around the Options menu, there are a couple of visible differences: there are no location settings and Dragon does not present an option to send “usage statistics and crash reports to Google.”

This browser is not only fast, but like Google Chrome, it is not strewn with numerous icons, leaving more room for Web viewing. For those who are extra cautious about their online security, or for those who are worried about Google’s data-mining, this fast browser is a great choice.


  • Improved Privacy over Chromium
  • Easy SSL Certificate Identification
  • Fast Website Access
  • Greater Stability and Less Memory Bloat
  • Incognito Mode Stops Cookies, Improves Privacy
  • Prevents all Browser download tracking to ensure your privacy

Supported OS: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/ 8.1, Windows 10.

Changes in Comodo Dragon 49:
* Chromium code base has been updated to 49
* Dragon offers a direct installation of Adobe PPAPI Flash Player in case of flash does not exist in user’s computer.
* Dragon v49 will be final version that supports Windows Vista. Starting from version 50, We will not support Vista users.

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Size: 53.8 MB

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2011-04-07 21:46

If you are going to use a chromium based browser, then SRWare Iron Browser is the best choice. Why? Because it’s stripped off of the spyware.

2011-05-31 16:41

nice gonna try ironware

2012-01-25 07:25

the link referring to checking with google at startup was made in 2010, the browser has changed significantly since then, I have always used SRWare Iron but am trying Dragon now and it is very nice, might stick with it

2012-02-23 16:44

thanks for the update, of note, there is an option now that you can turn on autoupdate 🙂

2012-02-23 16:50

just found a bug in this new version, when i went to adobe to install the flash plugin it loops and never installs. hmmmm

2012-02-23 18:10

@ sixtimes

Dragon usually updates itself (or has done for me) even when not in use as thats what it has just done as i mainly use coolnovo (chromeplus) – have also updated flash from through Dragon (mine was disabled for some reason??) & worked fine…no looping

Steps To Enable/ Disable Flash:

Type “about:plugins” (without the quotation marks) into the address bar at the top of a Chrome browser window.
Click “Details” at the upper-right corner of the page.
Find the “Flash” (or “Shockwave Flash”) listing on the Plug-ins page and click the corresponding “Enable/ Disable” button.
Close all Chrome windows and restart the browser.

2012-05-29 21:13

This browser supports HTML5 more than any other browser. I use this as my second browser. My main browser is, of course, Opera and Firefox is a distant third. And IE? You can forget it. It’s has been and will always be the absolute worst browser ever developed.

2012-07-04 07:55

The browser with the most HTML5 points is Maxthon. And it depends on the rendering engine they are using.

2012-09-08 02:31

ask comodo to try saving the world
how many time google chrome may update a new version?
how many time your DRAGON must be downloaded separately?
please please & please intgrate a updater into your lovely browser!

2012-09-08 10:42

@Montee & NiMA :I use the Dragon Browser alongside the firefox nightly. Both are impressive.
The Dragon has an automated updater (must be enabled of course) and I
can use Internet Download Manager to DL.