Organize thousands of Web Sites by Categories, Priorities, Search Words, and Users in a Secure Database. Collect Web Sites while browsing the internet, while simultaneously using any number of Browser Windows. Add the results of an internet search or the accessible links on a web page to the organizer database. You can view all your collected web sites by category, priority, web site name, and any of three search key words. Select a web site on the table and automatically go to that web site. You can create any number of Web Site Lists, and quickly browse the internet using your list with the click of your mouse. You can send and receive messages with web site list attachments or Zip File attachments by email. Internet Explorer Favorites can be selectively imported to the Net Viewer database showing the list of Internet Explorer Favorites. Any Web Site Page address can be exported back to Internet Explorer Favorites. You can save Web Sites with passwords in a separate table and associate with another Web Site. The HTML source code for a Web Site page can be viewed, and the web site and multimedia links extracted. The web site links can be executed and added to the database. Picture links can be viewed with Internet Explorer. Net Viewer provides complete database functions as search, query, browse, and print functions. You can create and maintain separate databases of bookmarks for different users, and export bookmarks to another user. Databases can be saved offline and restored. Optional Password security is provided for a Web Site database. You can view Web Site Locations by Icon that you can select. Web Site Locations can be displayed in a Hierarchal Diagram by Group or Search Words. Save Sent and Received Email for years and quickly pull out an EMail using Query or Search Functions.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||9.53 MB|
|System Requirements||<ul><li>macOS High Sierra </li><li>macOS Sierra </li><li>OS X El Capitan </li><li>OS X Yosemite </li><li>OS X Mavericks </li><li>OS X Mountain Lion </li><li>OS X Lion </li><li>OS X Snow Leopard </li></ul>|