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Author: FirstStop WebSearch, LLC
Program Type: Freeware
Program Description: FirstStop WebSearch searches multiple search sources
and websites simultaneously. No Ads., Not Spy ware, No registration. No
expiration. Not Crippled ware*
What is FirstStop WebSearch?
It's incredibly fast desktop software that searches multiple search
engines and websites simultaneously for a more comprehensive Internet
experience. This award winning, customizable multi-search engine has
been described as the "FASTEST no-nonsense meta search for the net". It
runs on any MS Windows desktop and works with as many sources as
selected by the user. By utilizing the resources of the desktop,
FirstStop WebSearch; offers random or sequential viewing of results,
sorts by columns, saves as XML or HTML files, and keyword history
searches. Most importantly, FirstStop WebSearch eliminates the
middleman or server; by directly accessing the search engines.
For more information: http://www.firststopwebsearch.com/standard.html
FirstStop WebSearch Standard Edition is now free for
both noncommercial and commercial use**.
Free tech support at: Feedback@BrushGroup.com
What's new: http://www.firststopwebsearch.com/whatsnew.html
Download FirstStop WebSearch Standard Edition version 4.1
From our site: http://www.brushgroup.com/ws/wssetup.exe
**Note: We are still in the process of updating our Website and software to
reflect that FirstStop WebSearch Standard Edition is now free for commercial
use. Both the FirstStop WebSearch Deluxe and Visual Edition offer a trial
period and are for sale for continued use.
*Not all features are included in each edition of FirstStop WebSearch.
For a feature listing per product, see www.FirstStopWebSearch.com.
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