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Old 03-30-2006, 09:12 PM   #1
Larwee

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Default They say it is simply a better browser

The people saying it is simply better are the people who produced it, so that is no real surprise. We have all probably seen various browsers making claims that their browser is the best or has the best features.

I test and use a lot of different browsers. I like to see what each has to offer and determine if I like one enough to make it my new primary browser. I wish someone would combine everything I like from all of the browsers into one fantastic browser. With all the advances being made in browsers, that day may eventually arrive.

Here is a browser I've been using for a few weeks and there are some features about it that I do like, and it does have a lot of features. Some of the features are: Tabbed browsing, RSS news reader, phishing alarm, cookie manager, P2P client integration, mouse gesture, multi start pages, keyword navigation, security features and more.

They also have a help forum. If you have questions or problems related to the browser you can get help from their forum. Many people could find that to be a helpful feature.

Most people stick with their favorite browser. They might try others but end up coming back to their favorite. Some people might have a couple of browsers that they like and they mainly stick with them.

The browser this post is about is Deepnet Explorer. Some of you might have already tried it. Those who haven't might want to give it a try and see what you think about it. I guess there is a chance it could become your favorite browser.

I continue to use my favorite 3 browsers (Netscape, Firefox and Opera) the majority of the time, while still testing as many others as possible, including Deepnet Explorer.

This link to Deepnet Explorer will give your more details and the chance to download it and see what you think about it http://www.deepnetexplorer.com
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