NetJaxer is a unique browser that lets you create shortcut icons to your favorite Web sites, but unfortunately we encountered a few bumps along the way while using it.
The program installed a shortcut on our desktop, but clicking on it didn't doing anything. A reboot seemed to fix the problem, but we when we tried to get out and back into the program again, the same problem occurred. The interface is straightforward, with a tree-menu on the left that contains a large list of preset Web 2.0-related sites. You can search for a specific site or, using the tabs, you can search by the highest rated or most popular sites. Clicking on the link of your choice brings up a thumbnail of the site and you have the option of adding a quick-launch icon to your desktop or taskbar. We were able to easily choose an icon and the location of the shortcut. To round out the user-friendly features, we were also able to add our own URLs using an easy step-by-step guide. A simple click opened each shortcut in NetJaxers browser window.
The good overshadows the bad here. If you can get past the startup problem, this is a great Web tool to have on hand.
NetJaxer is a free and easy way to integrate your favorite Web 2.0 applications like Gmail, TadaList, Digg, Writely, Kiko, Meebo, financial sites, and other Web 2.0 application sites right into Windows. NetJaxer combines a reguarly updated catagorized and searchable web directory of 100's of Web 2.0 application sites that works hand and hand with a free small piece of software you download to your computer's desktop. Create desktop, tray, and quick launch icons. Easily use these applications with our custom browser.
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