It's a browser, e-mail client, and download manager. Or so the publisher's would have you believe. What they don't tell you about are the numerous errors and annoyances.
Victory-WP launches a colorful, basic user interface with self-explanatory navigation buttons. That's where the good qualities end. When we browsed a new Web page, a pop-up asked us to save it as a bookmark. The URL automatically appeared in the window, and we were asked to choose a location in which to save the bookmark. When we clicked OK, we received an error message asking for a file name. The problem? There wasn't a place to enter it. What's more, the pop-up window appears each time you navigate to a new page. It interferes with browsing and becomes an annoyance very quickly. We'd rather it be left up to us to bookmark a page. We also had trouble with the e-mail client, and it wouldn't accept our information. Each time we entered it, Victory-WP just returned error messages. There isn't a Help menu or wizard to get you started or troubleshoot problems.
According to the publisher, an unlimited trial period comes with this program. But once you install it, it says you have 50 launches, and asks you to register the program. Victory-WP isn't a winner, and our recommendation is that you skip this buggy program.
Victory-WP is a Web pack, which includes a fast and easy Web browser (based on IE), an email client, professional download manager, and many other useful functions. Also Victory-WP can open several windows simultaneously, block pop-ups and it has a wonderful interface. Version 1.1 includes unspecified updates.