Why Choose OEMBrowser?
OEMBrowser offers an alternative to those "other" browsers for your
- OEMBrowser provides a personal, clean, anonymous
browsing function. It is easy to use, without all the overhead and bloated
functionality of Internet Explorer or Netscape Communicator. It is very small (1.5MB), requires no installation,
and requires little system memory.
It does not remember where you have visited, nor any username or passwords. You can also switch off the browser's cache and cookie option, so to have an completely clean browsing environment.
- OEMBrowser is more secure than most browsers. Because it doesn't execute
those programming languages. OemBrowser also won't allow auto opening of new browser window, prevents ad popups and any porn/warez popups. Therefore many customers choose OEMBrowser for safer and controllable Web browsing.
- OEMBrowser is a good solution for companies or educational institutions
that want to enable browsing but restrict where the user can go. For
instance, a company might distribute OEMBrowser as the front-end to its
corporate intranet or enterprise applications, but not allow users to browse
the wider Internet. A manufacturer could use it as the interface into an
HTML-based product demonstration or user manual. Schools could set up the
browser to keep students away from certain Web sites. OEMBrowser puts you,
the administrator, in control.
- OEMBrowser can be fully customized. We can compile a special version of
the browser according to your requirements, with your very own look and
feel, icons, logos, toolbar and even a restricted list of visitable URLs. It
also comes with a built-in, local indexing search engine, enabling it to
serve as a front-end search engine for your HTML documents.
- OEMBrowser is perfect if you need to widely distribute a small-footprint,
fully-independent Web browser customized for your users and applications.
Because OEMBrowser is so compact (the compiled version comes as a single
.EXE file that in most cases will be less than 1.44 MB) it can easily be
distributed via CD-ROM, online download, e-mail or even on a floppy disk.
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