Designed around the Internet Explorer engine, Marx Geosearch Browser introduces some unique features. Not only does it perform standard Web browsing, but it also includes a visual trace route and built-in spider. The visual trace route uses Microsoft's Virtual Earth to plot the route your data takes across the Internet. Currently, the software is using free services to generate the routing information. Commercial versions are available with highly accurate databases. The built-in spider is a new approach to Web navigation. The spider searches the site you are currently viewing and lists every unique domain that it links to. This allows you to explore the Internet in a way normally not possible and avoid search engines.
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