Lookbao could real-timely monitor the webpages which you are interested in and get the information automatically.It is the most popular browser tool in asia in 2004 and now promot the latest version to Europe
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Lookbao could real-timely monitor the webpages which you are interested in and get the information automatically.It is the most popular browser tool in asia in 2004 and now the company is promoting the latest version in Europe to meet the need of customer.It also can automatically optimize the main memory for low system resource running.
If you wonder the latest information in a webpage which you are interested in,you may click the "Add URL" button to add it to Lookbao. Lookbao will real-timely monitor it and collect the information for you.
Lookbao could count the changes in the webpages you`re monitoring and show the titles of the latest information in the left top. You may browse the webpages with clicking the titles.
If you want to real-timely search and monitor the latest information you are concerned,you only need to add the keyword in the"Browse by keywords" dialogs and then Lookbao will automaticlly get the information and store it by this keyword.
If you have an interest and want to store a webpage,you only need to click"Save to History"button to save it.Lookbao can automaticlly create a date catalog and take webpage under it.
You may browse several webpages in Lookbao at one time .Lookbao also has visual labels and a lot of special features.It can effectively increase speed of browsing and save system resources.
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