optimized Firefox browser Pale Moon is a Firefox clone that has been optimized for for Windows Operating Systems with current, high performance processors. It looks identical to the standard Firefox browser and supports Firefox extensions, themes and identities. All your existing extensions, bookmarks and settings are imported during the installation, so, except for the logo, you won`t notice any difference in functionality. What you may notice however is a difference in speed due to the optimized code which will results in faster scripting and page rendering as well as (slightly) lower memory consumptions. Pale Moon is based on the Firefox source and offers the same levels of security. It supports most Firefox features with the exception of accessibility features and parental control features which have been disabled for performance reasons.
|Version||29.4.6||Last updated||Apr 12, 2022|
|File Size||33.1 Mb||Requirements||None|
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online and offline browsing Wysigot is an offline/online browser that saves and monitors Internet and network (LAN) documents and optionally alerts you if any of them have changed. It provides several tools for capturing, updating and comparing the stored data as well as a basic search function. The interface is web-like and easy to use. You can schedule automatic updates for each document (web site), set alarms for specific pages and be notified if they change and the program will also highlight the actual changes directly on the page. The downloaded pages can be browsed offline in the same manner, complete with all images, Flash and so on. Additional features include annotations, safe mode (exclude ActiveX, Java etc. from download), an option to keep older versions of a page and more. An optional Pro version offers enhanced search features, export and several advanced features.
|Version||6.1||Last updated||Jan 14, 2009|
|File Size||2.17 Mb||Requirements||None|
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|Version||5.1.7||Last updated||May 10, 2012|
|File Size||36.7 Mb||Requirements||None|
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anonymous web surfing JAP enables anonymous web surfing with any browser through the use of integrated proxy services that hide your real IP address. The service uses a proxy mix cascade that effectively hides the identity of any one single user among the connections of all the other users - making it impossible, even for the proxy provider, to determine which IP belongs to which user. After installing JAP, you need to configure your browser to use the local proxy server (instructions provided) for web browsing. The provided control panel allows you to turn anonymity on or off, and also displays the current level of security. JAP comes pre-configured with several free service providers and also supports pay services. The free services are run by universities and other public infrastructures and are free of charge for the user (but can be painfully slow); additional pay services are also offered.
|Publisher||Project Anonymity in the Internet||Price||Free (Paid upgrade available)|
|Version||00.20.001||Last updated||Dec 19, 2016|
|File Size||33.5 Mb||Requirements||Java|
manage IE favorites Find Favorites provides quick access to your Internet Explorer Favorites from the system tray. It allows you to quickly find Favorites by keyword, sort them by URL or name, copy URLs, organize them as URL or HTML link tag and more.Only works with Internet Explorer Favorites
|Version||3.2||Last updated||Sep 27, 2013|
|File Size||765 Kb||Requirements||None|
unmask passwords in IE WebTricks is a small add-on for Internet Explorer that can unmask passwords hidden behind ****** in a login form and allows you to enable disabled page elements such as buttons, checkboxes and text areas.
|Version||1.1||Last updated||Apr 15, 2011|
|File Size||329 Kb||Requirements||None|
view and manage IE history items IE History Monitor enables you to view and manage the content in your Internet Explorer browser history. The program lists all the current entries, color coded by protocol and allows you to selectively delete items. You can manually delete items from the list or use the Clean Up tool to batch delete history items based on their type or a custom keyword. In addition to deleting entries, you can also add a selected link to your IE favorites or copy the URL to the clipboard. Useful tool if you want to delete some of your history entries without having to clear your entire browser history.
|Version||2.1||Last updated||Apr 13, 2012|
|File Size||115 Kb||Requirements||None|
web browser with 10 additional Internet clients BriskBard is a dual-engine web browser that integrates 10 different Internet applications into one, including email, newsgroups, media player, Whois, FTP, RSS, IRC and Telnet. In addition to your current browsing session, you can open any of the other Internet clients in a separate tab and quickly switch between them as needed. The web browser is based on the Blink (default) and Trident engines.In addition to integrating additional Internet clients, BriskBard offers a variety of extras like PDF printing, phishing protection, customizable tab colors, an innovative bookmark system, developer tools, 2-click track deletion, and more.
|Publisher||Salvador Diaz Fau||Price||Free|
|Version||3.1.0||Last updated||Apr 11, 2022|
|File Size||41.2 Mb||Requirements||None|
view web content on your TV Kylo is a web browser designed to browse Internet content and view videos from the web on a large TV screen. It provides a clutter-free interface that is optimized for easy navigation with large buttons, zoom&pan features and an on-screen keyboard. Kylo include a variety of categorized shortcut icons for many popular sites, including Hulu, YouTube, NBC, CBS, Amazon video, Netflix, social networking sites and many others, allowing easy access to a wide range of content with just a mouse click. To use Kylo on your TV, simply run Kylo on your computer and connect the Video/out port from your laptop or PC to the Video/in port of your TV (instructions are provided). The company also sells an optional Kylo remote control that enables you to operate the browser without a mouse.
|Version||1.1.1||Last updated||Sep 09, 2013|
|File Size||30.0 Mb||Requirements||None|
dynamically choose a browser for links BrowserSelect allows you to dynamically select the browser you want to use when clicking on a link, instead of just having one default browser for all links.Normally, any link or shortcut you click on (desktop, email, messenger etc.) is automatically opened with your default browser. Once you install BrowserSelect, you will be prompted each time and you can choose the browser you want to use.You can even create rules to always open a certain site in a specific browser and you will no longer be prompted to make a choice. Creating a rule can be as easy as clicking on the "Always" button to automatically create a rule for the current site, or you can create your own rules based on domain names and wildcard pattern matching.The program is very flexible: If you only want to use BrowserSelect for a few sites and not be prompted for others, you can create a "*" rule and select your browser that you want to use for all sites, except for those the you create specific rules for.
|Version||1.3.9||Last updated||Apr 07, 2018|
|File Size||204 Kb||Requirements||.NET Framework 4|