1st Choice Browse2000, created by Sabine Consulting, is yet another Web browser with some interesting and novel features. Browse2000 provides a dual-window view of the browsing experience. Each window can contain different Websites, and the user can choose to display links from one window in the other window or vice-versa. This is very useful when exploring a list of hits from a search engine, for example. Browse2000 also organizes bookmarks in a searchable database and allows the user to select up to 200 pages from the bookmark list to load simultaneously, so that the pages can be browsed later without waiting for each page. Navigation can be slightly confusing with Browse2000, and some features are difficult to distinguish from bugs, but for some power Web users, this browser may be an ideal prescription. 1st Choice Browse2000 runs on Win95/98/NT and, after a three-day free evaluation period, costs $95.
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