President and CEO
Browse3D Launches Version 2.0 of Next Generation Browser
Chantilly, VA - August 4, 2003 - Browse3D Corporation announces the release of
Version 2.0 of the Browse3D Browser with new features that make Web navigation
easier and more efficient by utilizing multiple visible browsers within a single
The Browse3D Browser provides a visual and more productive way to find,
organize, save and share Web based content using a patented 3-walled room design
and multiple browser engines. Users can see where they are going and where
they've been visually. The three-walled-room design displays the users current
Web page on the center wall, multiple Web page links from that page on the right
wall, and a graphical history of the browsing session on the left wall. The
Browse3D advantage is visual, users simply pan the room, zoom on Web pages or
flip a wall to see more Web pages all within the Browse3D scene.
The new Version 2.0 of the Browse3D Browser offers the user many navigation and
handling improvements as well these exciting advancements:
- Dramatic overall performance improvements
- Multiple active or live Web pages on each of the three Browse3D walls
- Cut and Paste functionality available from any page
- Streamlined install process
Advanced Anti-Pop-Up features allow pop-ups to be loaded and viewed
without interrupting the user's browsing
- Improved address box functionality
- "Tip of the Day" simplifies program use
- More helpful user interface options
- Auto complete feature now available on any Web page forms
Minimum system requirements are Windows 95, 98, ME, XP or 2000; Microsoft
Internet Explorer ("IE") version 5.5 or higher and Microsoft Direct X
Version 7.0 or higher.
Browse3D was born out of frustration with browsing the web in a single window.
The beta version of this desktop product debuted at COMDEX in November 2001
where it was named "Best Internet Software." The browser uses
reverse-plug-in technology and enhances the features of Microsoft's Internet
Explorer to transform a standard two-dimensional browser into a highly
functional multi-browser tool. Designed for Web users either at work or at home,
the product facilitates Web-based information on more than one page at a time,
especially on sites with lists of links like search engines, auction sites and
news sites. Specific examples of users who benefit greatly from the Browse3D
Browser include researchers, analysts, attorneys, and individuals who often need
more than one browser window open at a time.
Planned enhancements for future versions of the Browse3D Browser include the
ability to incorporate Microsoft Word and Excel documents into the 3D scene and
to provide features to improve the simultaneous use of multiple Web-based
applications within Browse3D.
The Browse3D Browser Version 2.0 is available now for $29.95 at www.browse3d.com.
Based in Chantilly, Virginia, Browse3D Corporation is a software company
building visual tools to improve Web productivity. Browse3D Corporation was
founded in 2000 with funding from In-Q-Tel, a private venture capital firm
funded by the Central Intelligence Agency. For more information please visit
their Website at www.browse3d.com, write
them at 5721 Brewer House Circle, Suite 300,
Rockville, MD 20852.
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