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Zapper

While probably most helpful for consumer-related Web use, this new free application does offer some interesting possibilities for researchers and power-users. With Zapper, users can instantly access related online information for a user-selected term or terms in any document, Webpage, or almost any desktop application. For instance, if a user receives an email that mentions a particular book or...

https://www.zapper.com/
Agentland.com

This site is a handy portal to intelligent agents, software tools that automatically perform a variety of tasks on the Internet. While the Scout Report has reviewed a number of search agents in the past, this is the first agent portal we have come across. At the site, users can learn about agents and the tasks they perform, browse a comprehensive directory of agents resources, and choose from over...

https://www.agentland.com/
SmartFTP

SmartFTP is a full featured FTP client with an easy-to-use, Explorer-style interface. It has context-menus and support for dragging and dropping files from Explorer or within internal windows. SmartFTP allows users to open multiple connections to servers without starting the application again. It also comes with lots of other features including the ability to set up a transfer queue, schedule...

https://www.smartftp.com/en-us/
BoardReader

This nifty new search engine will comb the Web's forums and message boards more efficiently than other searchers. BoardReader was founded by engineers and students from the University of Michigan.

https://boardreader.com/
Copernic Agent 6.0 Basic

New applications for searching the Web are released daily, but Copernic Agent 6.0 is one of the more user-friendly and powerful ones available. Copernic Agent 6.0 Basic is a free Web-search engine that has the capability to query over 90 search engines grouped into categories. The application is also completely customizable, and users can keep histories for their search queries and sort the...

https://www.copernic.com/en/
All Search 0.9

All Search is a small piece of software that makes Web browsing, particular within specific sites, a bit easier, along with allowing greater user specificity. The application is especially useful for searching for images, MP3 files, and other items. All Search is also fully integrated with Internet Explorer, and the layout is user-friendly. Finally, All Search is compatible with all of the Windows...

http://www.softcows.com/search/index.htm
Copernic Agent Basic 6.1

Copernic Agent Basic 6.1 is a powerful application that accesses over 90 information sources to return up to 300 results per search engine. This latest release of Copernic Agent includes country-based search categories (for refined searches), improved advanced result filtering features, and simplified installation process. Another nice aspect of the application is that it is available in English,...

https://copernic.com/en/
DeskPort 1.0

As most users can attest, a good deal of repetitive searching goes on as individuals move about the Internet in search of various items. DeskPort 1.0 is predicated on just these types of searches, as the application saves users time, as its forms combine the most-requested items from each category website. This process saves times, as users no longer have the scroll through multiple web pages to...

http://www.iyfnshm.com/?dn=deskport.biz&pid=9PO7PUW67
StumbleUpon 2.4

It can be difficult at times to find some shared communion on the web, particularly when it comes to shared interests and so on. This process is made a bit easier by the presence of StumbleUpon, which allows users to rate websites in order to form some type of shared consensus on the value of various sites. Visitors can join up and then select from over 500 topics that may be of interest to them,...

https://s3.amazonaws.com/www.stumbleupon.com/index.html
Inquisitor 3.0

Can a simple computer application read one's mind? Well, probably not, but Inquisitor 3.0 can help users out when they are pondering which website to visit. When a user starts typing search terms, Inquisitor will quickly display a list of relevant links and search variants. The application is set to work with the Google or Yahoo search engines, but visitors can also add additional search engines....

https://download.cnet.com/Inquisitor/3000-2356_4-46315.html
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