32bit Web Browser
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win2000, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Win98, WinMobile, WinOther, WinServer, WinVista, WinVista x64, WinXP, Other|
|File size:||1 MB|
Publisher description for 32bit Web Browser
ElectraSoft 32bit Web Browser runs on 32bit and 64bit computers. This Browser software program even lets you run 32-bit online audio and video player applications like YouTube, Adobe Flash Player on your 64-bit computer. 32bit Web Browser is a specialty browser that dose a few thing not found in other browsers. It is not a tab browser and is not intended to replace Internet Explorer, Firefox, or any other browser. It is easy to use is very fast. This web browser makes browsing the web fun and profitable. It takes up little hard drive space and loads fast too. It has features not found in other web browsers, such as Smart Bookmarks with many searching options. 32bit Web Browser remembers what you like. Import Netscape bookmarks and Microsoft Internet Explorer Favorites into the 32bit Web Browser Smart Bookmarks. The four options for handling New Web Browser Windows let you suppress annoying pop-up windows full of advertisement or other unwanted information. There are four lists of URLs, each react to the internal [New Web Browser Windows] command in a different way. If you add a URL to one of these group lists, it will react like that lists definition, instead of using the selected default [New Web Browser Windows] command.
Irrespective of whether yours is a 32 bit or a 64 bit computer, ElectraSoft 32bit Web Browser will run on it. It allows you to run YouTube and Adobe Flash Player which are 32 bit audio and video players on the 64 bit computer of yours. Despite its having some features that other browsers do not have, it never intends to replace any of them. It is fast, easy to use and needs little space in your hard drive. It can remember your favorite sites. It is able to suppress popup windows that carry advertisement and such other unnecessary information. You also could get this browser to react in different ways to different URLs.