Browse efficiently through your favourite Web pages
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Imagine that you have to evaluate information from several online news sources every day. Wouldn't it be comfortable if you could just put them in a queue and browse through them? Speed Browse lets you do just that.
Speed Browse is another useful tool developed by Michael Fagan (see also our reviews about Page Info Viewer and The Google Ultimate Interface). In fact, Michael Fagan himself pointed us to Speed Browse:
Speed Browse is one of my personal favourite tools; I use it myself more than any other but few people seem to know about it. It allows you to record a list of the web pages you frequently visit (for me, several times a day), and browse through them by clicking a "next" button. While you're reading one page, the page you will read next is already loading, which makes it very efficient.
You can also select the page you want to view next from a drop down menu. A back-button is not available, but it would be desirable.
You should use Speed Browse only on your private computer because your list of favourite Web sites is stored in a cookie file. That means everyone that accesses Speed Browse from the same computer on which you created your list can view your sites.
Visit Michael Fagan's Web site:
Fagan Finder - search engines, reference, tools, and more!
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