Is there a web browser out there that is more suited for paranoid people? Why would you choose it/ What feature would your ideal paranoia browser have? For instance i would want one which Sends NO User-Agent information to the website.
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After following the above steps, it's worth popping over to http://panopticlick.eff.org/ . This page will tell you how unique your browser fingerprint is. (i.e. how easily it can be proved to be the browser you're using)
Yo give you an idea how scary this is, even in incognito mode, my browser fingerprint is totally identifiable from nearly 1/4 of a million other browsers.
It is possible to disable/mask the the user agent in pretty much any browser (if that's your main concern).
Use a web proxy where applicable (e.g. Tor/Privoxy).
Other than that, run your web browser inside a sandbox (e.g. Sandboxie, preferably with a RAM disk as container) for ultimate privacy, this will leave NO browsing traces on your system when you turn it off. Not even the most sophisticated computer forensic tools will be able to recover any traces as nothing will be written to a physical disk.
The simple answer is that it depends what you are doing. The more reason you have to hide, the more reason other people have to find you.
As a general rule, Tor and the Tor browser are probably the best for protecting your privacy, but don't assume that makes you immune from the law. If you're doing strongly objectionable things on the Internet you'll find yourself at the wrong end of some billion-dollar US departments with UAVs.
How about Chrome's Incognito mode?
Might not be quite paranoid enough for you though ;-)