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December 5, 2008

BlueG’s free browser launched


by David Allen

A new browser has been launched onto the market, which is being promoted as “exactly what web users have been waiting for”.

This is because the browser claims to be better at search engine support, like being able to right click on any word within the browser to make an instant search for that term.

The Visual Explorer by BlueG comes as a free download, with all of these claims expected to make internet users just want to get a copy installed on their computer without fail.

Another feature is the browser’s ability to let the user print off a webpage, exactly as it looks on the computer.

Yet is seems a strange time to be launching a browser whether it is free or not, because the market has been flooded by many versions, including the very popular Chrome produced by Google.

It is difficult to see where exactly this new browser will fit into the scheme of things, especially as Google’s Chrome still only has less than one per cent of the browser market.

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