Once Internet browsers were invented, theyve targeted one-page-at-a-time model: you have window with address of «current place» and a web-page itself. With Web gaining popularity, browsers organized this way have shown themselves as insufficient: when you browse dozen ùà pages at a time, its not too handy to have dozen separate browser windows. The solution had trusted to be «tabbed browsing»: its like you have one more «task pane» inside browser, and and it doesnt help too much, when you have several dozens of windows.
Promising solution is provided with Net.Ex Pro browser: it shows a really clever way of organizing web pages. Here you have a web desktop on steroids, with page sub-windows easily organized inside the browser window, and pages pane, which groups pages on per-site basis. Moreover, theres a separate Windows Manager window (pun is not intended). Then, Net.Ex Pro takes a step further: you can easily save all opened windows or only some of them as a session to reopen later; in fact, you have «list of windows» concept which is very easy to work with.
Besides this main feature, Net.Ex Pro provides excellent browsing experience, with instant search from toolbar, popup and URL blockers and integrated RSS-reader.
Nokia funding Minimo browser project, anonymous sources say According to a CNET story published last week, Nokia underwrote the Minimo project, an effort to create a standards-compliant browser for embedded use by shrinking Mozilla. The worldwide mobile phone leader currently uses the commercial Opera browser in .