Editors' reviewThough oddly lacking a standard feature, this browser eases the process of switching between URLs. Multi-Browser XP, which has five GUI themes for you to choose from, lets you quickly open several windows for quick tabbed browsing. It offers typical browser settings like home page and search engine selections and employs Internet Explorer's pop-up blocker, while also giving quick access to news feeds. As you surf as many sites as you'd like simultaneously, you can also access your systems drives, folders, and files from one of Multi-Browser XP's tabbed windows. Strangely enough, it doesn't allow you to add favorites in its predefined bookmark archives. Those who value their trusty favorites list may be put off, but this free IE platform browser is handy for online and offline toggling.
Tabbed-MDI browser based on Windows XP/SP2 security. Its features includes seven selectable GUI themes (Office 2007 theme included), RSS reader/writer, searchable bookmark archive with export and import options, playing, and viewing Windows Media files side by side, automatic e-mail checking, tool to submit multiple Web search at once, and window layouts can be stored and reloaded. Has additional menu item to import Internet Explorer favorites in bookmark archive and search panels (table with result set) in tool window are resizeable.
Version 10.3.2 is Windows 7 compatible and supports IE8 and Windows Media Player 12.
What's new in this version:
Added support for automatic save and load of last browser session. Changed handling of "special folders" when using IE8 on Windows XP.