WWW & Internet Browser Utilities Internet Galore II Professional

Internet Galore II Professional Beta 1.1 for Windows

by Galore Software

Avg. Rating 3.3 (4 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.7 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 897
Publisher Galore Software
Homepage Internet Galore II Professional

Publisher's Description

Internet Galore II Professional is an add-on to Internet Explorer to provide websites in just a few clicks. Features include Help and Support, Support Center, VersionViewer, EasyUpdate, What's New section and lots of links to all the important websites. This Pro version also includes features such as Custom Links to your favorite websites, Improved Support Center and lots more.

Latest Reviews

mfaccone

mfaccone reviewed vBeta 1.1 on Apr 27, 2004

Ok... I tried it... it sucks. It doesn't even look like a halfway decent designed webpage with links.

stevember

stevember reviewed vBeta 1.1 on Apr 27, 2004

I can't stand it when people like below review programs and score it WITHOUT TRYING IT!

Cirque

Cirque reviewed vBeta 1.1 on Apr 26, 2004

What is the point? Have you not heard of "Favorites" already built into IE or the "Tools, Windows Update" choice in the menu for updating? "With just a few clicks" Isnt getting to anything on your computer already as easy as a few clicks without bloating up applications with third party crap to do what can already be done? I havnt tried it but wont bother from its description as it offers NOTHING windows doesnt already offer apparently.

Avg. Rating 3.3 (4 votes)
Your Rating
mfaccone

mfaccone reviewed vBeta 1.1 on Apr 27, 2004

Ok... I tried it... it sucks. It doesn't even look like a halfway decent designed webpage with links.

stevember

stevember reviewed vBeta 1.1 on Apr 27, 2004

I can't stand it when people like below review programs and score it WITHOUT TRYING IT!

Cirque

Cirque reviewed vBeta 1.1 on Apr 26, 2004

What is the point? Have you not heard of "Favorites" already built into IE or the "Tools, Windows Update" choice in the menu for updating? "With just a few clicks" Isnt getting to anything on your computer already as easy as a few clicks without bloating up applications with third party crap to do what can already be done? I havnt tried it but wont bother from its description as it offers NOTHING windows doesnt already offer apparently.

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