Fastest Web Browser! 50+ Search Engines! Schedule Pages! No Popups! Bookmark manager. RSS, OPML Reader. Link Checker. Highlighter. Notes. References. ALL UPGRADES FREE! Filter History, Favorites to quickly find any item. Many More Features!
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:34
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Faster than tabbed browsers, offline readers, Internet accelerators, and much faster than Internet Explorer, WebSpeedReader is a multi-windowed browser, based on Internet Explorer, that downloads web pages in the background for INSTANT access. Pages can be scheduled, or downloaded as a group. View the source of web pages in color-coded format. Instant access to 50+ search engines. Numerous search engines can be searched simultaneously. Prevents popup and pop-under ads. BOOKMARK MANAGER: create unlimited number of home pages; 1-click access to any password-protected site; automatic form submission; save much more information in each Favorite, including document keywords, description, and notes; edit or delete Favorite without first loading a form; much easier to download and organize Favorites. SIDEBAR: Shows links in Internet Explorer's links bar, and all open windows. The Open Windows sidebar shows downloading links as black; downloaded links as blue; and read links as red. Check your favorite links to see if they are still good, displayed in a color-coded page. Easily delete any links right away, or check their status again later. FORMS: Fill forms with 1 click. Reset all forms on a document. Copy any note to a form field. Clear any form field by double-clicking it. NOTES: copy selected text to note, add date, URL, title with 1 click. RSS: Read RSS, RDF, and OPML files as regular web pages. OTHER FEATURES: Advertise your website or blog for free by creating your own user-agent string. Complete suppression of script errors. Enlarge small fonts for better readability. Increase all images on a document to any size. Show all headings of a document in the sidebar, click to go to that heading instantly. Highlight multiple search terms or phrases on any document. Select words to define, lookup synonyms and antonyms, or get more info from encyclopedias. ALL UPGRADES FREE! Many more features.
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