Wichio 1.7 utility download at Major Geeks

27 Tools-in-1 Wichio Browser is a Web browser with additional 27 popular and powerful utilities which serve all kinds of Internet users, from ordinary to power users. The program is very easy to usewith one button for one utility. To set options of any utility, just right click that button. And if you install MS speech engine, Wichio will notify you (for the features that give notifications) byspeaking anything you want. Open only this program to work like IE plus extra 27 utilities such as:

‘Block Pop-up Windows’ closes annoying pop-up windows automatically. ‘Download Manager’ lets you download groups of images, audio, video, etc. files at once and resume broken download. ‘E-mailAlerts’ informs you of new e-mails on your POP3 and Yahoo! accounts, then directly log on to read these mails. ‘Web Update Alerts’ tells you when your favorite pages have been updated, useful formonitoring updates of your threads in message boards. ‘Pre-Fetch’ speeds up your Web surfing by pre-loading your favorite or selected Web pages in the background. The ‘Fast Search’ gives easy accessto results from the top 20 search engines. Checking the ‘Weather’ for any country and city is a mouse-click away.

If you don’t want anyone to know which Web sites you have visited before, just easily click the ‘Delete History, Cache, and Cookies’ button. ‘Show System Resources’ can prevent your computer crash bynotifying you if free system resources are less than 10%. As an online game player, you can see your IP address and copy it with a click. Need to control how much time you spend online? Wichio can beset to automatically connect or disconnect at your specified times or based on your specified events. You can even select which connection you want to use if you have multiple connection options.’Keep Connection Alive’ function can also simulate Internet activities when you are away, especially useful when you are connecting via ISPs which automatically disconnect you after a period ofinactivity. And lots more.   Download here

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