Navier adds a checkbox near every link on a web page so that a user can select multiple hyperlinks to be opened simultaneously. The selected links are opened in new windows or all stocked up in a single page. Get your copy now!
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:37
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: Navier is a new tool for that lets the users to simultaneously open multiple links. This is how the software works:
Each web page usually contains multiple links. People look through the links, pick the appropriate ones and open them one after another. The task can be really daunting, especially if there are dozens or even hundreds of links to open. Navier makes the task easier - it adds a checkbox near every link on a web page so that a user can select the hyperlinks to be opened. Then the selected links are opened in new windows or all stocked up in a single page, which is much more convenient when the web sites contain relevant content in the same format, as in catalogs.
The Navier's way to open link makes sense, saves time and is incredibly convenient. The best thing about the program is that it is distributed online as a free demo version, meaning that the program can be downloaded immediately and tried free of charge. Try Navier and find out about the best way to browse online.
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