Deepnet Explorer

Deepnet Explorer

Free
Deepnet combines security and anti-phishing with a RSS newsreader and P2P client
4.8  (11 votes)
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Deepnet offers a pioneering browser that combines all the features of security and anti-phishing with a RSS newsreader and P2P client integration. When getting started you have the option as storing Deepnet Explorer (DE) as your default browser. It has the same basic features as other browsers but offers some extras like the control panel that allows quick access to the web, the news, or P2P.

There are a number of feature that make Deepnet Explorer an attractive option. Firstly there is tabbed browsing which allows you to open a number of pages at the same time. These can then be added to a work group for later follow up. You can also request DE to open up multiple tabs right from start up saving you time. Because you as DE user will be doing some extensive browsing, the developers have added an anti-phishing alarm that notifies you whenever you are about to enter a fraudulent site. The anti-phishing registry is updated every time Deepnet Explorer starts up and ensures that you can always brows safely.

Another neat tool that makes your browsing more pleasurable is the popup killer. It can be activated or deactivated and will always keep a running count in the taskbar to show you how many popups have been killed.

Luis Sanchez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Good RSS reader and Group Links

Cons

  • Dependes on Internet Explorer

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Paolo Merolla

Paolo Merolla I appreciate the simplicity of use, without not needed stuff, so the browser is faster. RSS news are fundamental to me, so I'll hardly return to another Internet Browser.

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Shohom

Shohom Good

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