FineBrowser 2.0

FineBrowser allows you to view multiple web pages in a single browser window. It includes features for annoying popup blocking and clearing any trace of web surfing. The Quick Groups Manager allows you to create lists of most frequently used bookmarks and group them by topic. Additionally, FineBrowser alows you to open multiple links from the selected web page area, or all links within the current web page with a single mouse-click.

You wll never miss the important links with FineBrowser. FineBrowser saves your browsing session and resume it at any time later. You can change the order of the window tabs by using drag&drop, lock the important windows from accidental close and rename them with ease.

The built-in form filler will make it easy to fill in a most complex online form with just a single mouse-click. The program provides a nice capability to automatically fill the necessary web pages and send the data when a page loads, which allows you save time while working with many online forms. The powerful bookmarks manager personalizes web surfing based on your browsing history and offers advanced management features, comments and personal page ratings. FineBrowser allows you to specially mark previously visited links in a page. After hovering the mouse over a link FineBrowser displays a small snapshot of the page, as well as comments (if any) and the last view date and more. Also you can always tell what pages of a given site you already visited and view all the related comments in a single window.

Additional features include support for URL aliases, quick search, web page translation into various languages, web page voicing and more. FineBrowser can be customized in many aspects. You can set the size of the preview thumbnails, color and type of recognized links and many other details.

Download at MajorGeeks.

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