Editors' reviewThis hodgepodge of crippled Web utilities is unlikely to please anyone. The tools are designed to work with Internet Explorer, but professionals will disdain underpowered utilities such as FTP, Web Editor, Source Editor, and Screen Capture. Casual users won't look with much more favor on the download manager, the search toolbar, and the pop-up blocker, even though they're missing in IE. None of them works very well. The pop-up blocker lets through floating ads and makes the screen flicker when it kills a pop-up. The search bar can't retrieve results from several search engines at once. The download manager can't schedule downloads or automatically connect to the Internet. Nor does it integrate with IE, so you can't just click and download. On top of all that, the uninstall process doesn't remove all traces of the program from the disk. We can hardly imagine a satisfied user of Power Web Office.
Power Web Office is the powerful way to work and have fun on the Web. It includes 150 top search engines, MDI Explorer (freeware), the Interactive RTF Editor, the Paint utility, the Interactive Notepad, the Screen Capture function, JPEG and GIF conversion, the professional WYSIWYG DHTML Web Editor, the professional HTML Source Editor, an FTP client, a download and page analyzer, and a multifunctional calculator. Work and communicate with MS Explorer and Office.