TABBED browser opens multiple web pages in the same application. Displays thumbnail previews of open web pages. Makes switching between web sites and pages effortless. HotKey Shortcuts, Stop Popup Windows, Wipes Cache, Image Slideshows, MUCH more.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:33
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000
Description: PQBrowser is a TABBED browser that opens Multiple Web Panels (web sites or pages) in the same application. PQBrowser displays small thumbnail previews of all open web pages in a column on the left side of the browser. This keeps things organized so it's easy to see what's open and makes switching between web sites and pages effortless. An example of the browsing convenience provided by PQBrowser is the ability to follow links returned by a search engine without closing and reopening the original search results.
Powerful, concise browsing features such as: HotKey Shortcuts get you to where you need to be with one click or keystroke combination. PQBrowser will stop those annoying popup windows that some web sites open all over your desktop. Save a list of web sites that can be opened with one key combination. Save a full sized image of a loaded web page, not just the visible, displayed area that screen capture software would capture, but the whole page. Mark images and multi-media files for batch download at a later time. Browse to a web page with thumbnail preview images linked to hi-resolution images and watch an automated slideshow of the linked images. Save an image with one click while it's being displayed in the linked image slideshow. View detailed information and HTML source on the loaded web pages. Using the automatic reload feature, send an alert to your pager when a web page is updated or has changed.
Worried about prying eyes? When Internet Explore empties your cache and history, the information appears to be gone, however, it is still there for prying eyes to find. PQBrowser's Cache Deletion utility will wipe clean and then delete your cache, history, and cookie files.
PQBrowser has complete help documentation, automatic version update notices and much more.
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