NeoPlanet unites Content, Community, and Communications, by integrating a web browser, e-mail client, instant messaging, chat, web directory, search engine, and user created communities all into a single application.
In addition to putting the best of the Web at your fingertips, NeoPlanet gives you an unprecedented opportunity to control your On-line Environment. Now you can customize your web directory with NeoPlanet channels, create and share communities via NeoPlanet's NetClubs, and express your own sense of "Internet Fashion" with NeoPlanet's skins.
Reviewing Build 18.104.22.1681 (Aug 27, 2000)
Yet another spyware program. Becoming all too common these days. I notice that another reviewer, Jaykul, is recommending another skinning program which is (you guessed it!) spyware. Children, I'd avoid these like the plague. Believe me, Big Brother already knows too much about you.
Reviewing 22.214.171.1240 (Jun 13, 2000)
how many updates do they release? every three days u can see a new one! and people realize-this is not a browser , this is a sort of " big brother is watching u"
have fun !!
Reviewing 126.96.36.1990 (Jun 12, 2000)
Defragmenting RAM, LOL thats gota be the funniest thing ive ever herd, defragmenting RAM isnt gona make access any faster. RAM is accessed directly by addresses, it dosnt take any longer to tell it to get somthing from a memory address at the begining of ram then it does from the end. RAM is not like a physical disk.
Reviewing 188.8.131.520 (Jun 12, 2000)
Feature bloat. Why do we need chatting and e-mail in a web browser? This is a horrible trend MS and Netscape have started as marketing vehicle for the sponsers of their browsers. Why dont we integrate AIM with our paint programs? Oh I know, how about e-mail in the command prompt? Sheesh, give me a break. A Browser is used to put content on a website into a meaningful manner that we can understand, not be a central tool for everything you do. Tools need to do what they're good at, and no tool is good at everything.
Reviewing 184.108.40.2069 (Jun 6, 2000)
BTW Ctrl-G gets rid of the channel bar on the right (all those links and buttons you don't like) Also that channel bar is a modified version of the links bar you find in IE. The difference being that each channel has multiple links in it. Pick a channel and the links show up in the same area as the link bar in IE. You can organize and customize the channels to fit your needs, pick your channel, then make the channels section go away and voila, just like you want it.
Reviewing 220.127.116.118 (Jun 2, 2000)
Is it me or does NeoPlanet release a new version almost every week?
Reviewing 18.104.22.1684 (May 29, 2000)
With Neoplanet Big Brother is really watching you!!!!!!!!!!
You would think they'd have learned from Real Networks
Reviewing 22.214.171.1244 (May 28, 2000)
oops, similar to W3K which is netcaptor (netcaptor follows you too)
Reviewing 126.96.36.1993 (May 24, 2000)
NeoPlanet is only a memory hog. Then only good thing about it is it's look. It has no useful features. It's email client is too primitive (AOL-like), it's chat features suck. NetCaptor is the way to go.
Reviewing 188.8.131.521 (May 9, 2000)
You can remove the side bars. Just click the little X in the top right of the side box (NOT Neoplanet) ;). I like it. But it's a bit of a memory hog. But that's ok with me.
Reviewing 184.108.40.2064 (Apr 29, 2000)
Nice skins. Very pretty. Sorry I can't use it, however. First, there is no links bar. This is a major shortcoming IMHO. Second, I don't like the gaggle of buttons and URL's on the side taking up my screen real estate. Neoplanet should get rid of that lame button bar and use multiple tabs like NetCaptor. With NetCaptor's functionality and Neoplanet's good looks, it would rock. Oh yes, and it should stand alone. That way it could be used with 98lite. :-)
Reviewing 220.127.116.115 (Mar 8, 2000)
Graphics overkill, to much to the left and right of the *information* I want to read. I'll stick to the simple...Opera in my case
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