WWW & Internet Browsers Deepnet Explorer Advanced

Deepnet Explorer Advanced 1.5.2 Beta 2 for Windows

by Deepnet Technologies Ltd.

Avg. Rating 3.4 (5 votes)

File Details

File Size 3.7 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,158
Publisher Deepnet Technologies Ltd.
Homepage Deepnet Explorer
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Publisher's Description

Deepnet Explorer is the world’s first browser to offer fully integrated P2P file sharing capabilities and a built-in RSS/ATOM news reader. It’s bursting with new features like tabbed browsing, pop blocker, auto login, form filler, P2P technology and it's 100% free. So now it is easy to browse the web, share files and read news simultaneously.

The Advanced version includes a Web Browser, RSS News Reader and P2P Client.

Latest Reviews

tannman1

tannman1 reviewed v1.5.2 Beta 2 on Dec 7, 2005

Yea so it's IE but I do enjoy the RSS news feeds, very easy to use. Though I still am not ready to use this as my default browser, the P2P and RSS are easy straight forwartd and apparently no added baggage.

mheavin

mheavin reviewed v1.5.2 Beta 2 on Dec 7, 2005

I installed the browser. I liked in integration with the news feed and the blocking features with the Web browser. It seemed quite slow at loading pages and retrieving files from the news feeds. With other browsers opening the same file, Deepnet consistently took 2-3 times as long to display the pages.

It has potential, but still needs some speed work.

eblade

eblade reviewed v1.5.2 Beta 2 on Dec 7, 2005

This program is Internet Explorer. With a bunch of features that Firefox and Opera have had for YEARS.
Internet Explorer is absolutely not the way to view the Web in this day and age. It doesn't even support functions that were implemented in all the other browsers when IE was first CREATED, let alone any new functionality.

If you're still using IE to view anything on the web, you are seriously missing out.

There's nothing new about this, and being that it's core is still the absolutely awful browser that Internet Explorer is, I'd give it a negative rating, if I could.

bobad

bobad reviewed v1.5.2 Beta 2 on Dec 7, 2005

Nice browser with very nice P2P and RSS reader integrated in. You simply must try it. Haven't been able to upload yet, but downloading is blazing fast. I wish Deepnet had similar groups handling and list compatibility with Maxthon/Green/Slim Etc. I also wish the authors would include revision history.

Avg. Rating 3.4 (5 votes)
Your Rating
tannman1

tannman1 reviewed v1.5.2 Beta 2 on Dec 7, 2005

Yea so it's IE but I do enjoy the RSS news feeds, very easy to use. Though I still am not ready to use this as my default browser, the P2P and RSS are easy straight forwartd and apparently no added baggage.

mheavin

mheavin reviewed v1.5.2 Beta 2 on Dec 7, 2005

I installed the browser. I liked in integration with the news feed and the blocking features with the Web browser. It seemed quite slow at loading pages and retrieving files from the news feeds. With other browsers opening the same file, Deepnet consistently took 2-3 times as long to display the pages.

It has potential, but still needs some speed work.

eblade

eblade reviewed v1.5.2 Beta 2 on Dec 7, 2005

This program is Internet Explorer. With a bunch of features that Firefox and Opera have had for YEARS.
Internet Explorer is absolutely not the way to view the Web in this day and age. It doesn't even support functions that were implemented in all the other browsers when IE was first CREATED, let alone any new functionality.

If you're still using IE to view anything on the web, you are seriously missing out.

There's nothing new about this, and being that it's core is still the absolutely awful browser that Internet Explorer is, I'd give it a negative rating, if I could.

bobad

bobad reviewed v1.5.2 Beta 2 on Dec 7, 2005

Nice browser with very nice P2P and RSS reader integrated in. You simply must try it. Haven't been able to upload yet, but downloading is blazing fast. I wish Deepnet had similar groups handling and list compatibility with Maxthon/Green/Slim Etc. I also wish the authors would include revision history.

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