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Useful Technologies for Web Browsing

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									Useful Technologies for Web
Browsing
     Purpose:


We found that those who browse the web have
a lot of unique needs and those are being met
by a seemingly unlimited supply of programs.
  We took a look at 6 programs designed to
make web browsing easier and more efficient.
Technologies:
   Onepage.com
   Password Plus
   Fine Print Web
   ZoneAlarm
   GetRight
   BaBoo Universal Bookmark Manager
Onepage.com
   This allows users to view parts or whole
    different web pages simultaneously.
    This is a great way to organize
    frequently used web sites.
   www.onepage.com
Onepage.com (continued)
Password Plus


     A database used to store many
      usernames and passwords frequently
      needed on the web.
     www.zdnet.com/downloads/stories/info
Password Plus (continued)
Fine Print Web
   Often when printing web pages you do
    not get an option of how you would like
    it printed, this program allows users to
    have more control of what exactly is
    being printed.
   www.fineprint.com/products_fpweb
Fine Print Web (continued)
ZoneAlarm
   ZoneAlarm is an internet security
    program that enables firewalls as
    protection. This is particularly
    important to users connected to the
    web via LAN or Cable modem.
   www.zdnet.com/downloads/stories/info
    /0,,0015p7,.html
GetRight

   The key features include resuming
    downloads, easy error recovery, and others
    that provide faster and more flexible
    downloads.
    GetRight will resume the download in the
    middle without having to restart all over due
    to technical problems.
   GetRight can re-dial a modem and even turn
    off the computer once the download is
    finished.
   www.GetRight.com
GetRight (continued)
BaBoo Universal
      Bookmark Manager
   This is a program that stores your
    bookmarks on-line. That way you can
    access your favorite sites from any
    web-enabled computer with any
    browser.
   http://www.davecentral.com/7818.html
BaBoo (continued)

								
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