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My new favourite web browser

32bitwebbrowser.png Sorry everyone, Firefox just doesn’t cut it anymore. I’ve found a better web browser in the form of 32-bit Web Browser. Sure, it’s $20 to buy, but heck, it’s 32-bit! And just look at that gorgeous screenshot – it’s even nicer than Netscape Preview Release! Here’s the official blurb:

32bit Web Browser will browse the World Wide Web the easy, fast, and fun way. Imagine being able to sit down at your computer in the morning and use it just as you would on a regular day, knowing that you now have a qwick [sic], easy, and fun way to get the information that you need from the Web. Install 32bit Web Browser on your computer and it will use your Internet connection to let you access the World Wide Web with control not experienced with any other browser. Start your office toward an edge in productivity. Become one of the well equipped workplaces of the future. Do it today!

Make sure you get the new 9.72.01 release that came out today though!


  1. Wow! Internet version 9 must be so much better than the version 1 which I just started using!
    Errm, right. Incidently, Firefox can beat that by doing 64 bit (with a relevant processor and proper operating system of course).

  2. I was skeptical until I read the impressive list of endorsements… hey, if it’s good enough for the US Senate, it’s good enough for me!
    But then I found out there was no version for Macintosh and I was shattered! Finally, a program that has convinced me to drop the Mac and switch to Windows!

  3. Such an expertly crafted web-site too.

  4. Hmmm, that looks like Mosaic 1.0 to me!

  5. This is an apparent anti-browser. Think of the quote:
    >”Start your office toward an edge in productivity. Become one of the well equipped workplaces of the future. Do it today!”
    It clearly says you won’t surf as much and focus your concentration on work instead. 🙂

  6. I’m sorry. That’s the most ugliest piece of crap I’ve ever seen.

  7. After re-reading the post, I think you’re joking, Neil.

  8. LOL 🙂 . Yes, Jonathan, I was joking. If you’d read my post about Netscape Preview Release then you may have been able to pick up on my sarcasm.