Safari is Apple's Web browser based on the Konqueror rendering engine. It offers outstanding performance, rendering even the most complex of pages at high speed. It uses advanced Mac OS X interface technologies to offer an all-new, much easier view of the Web, and features an advanced bookmark manager, built-in Google search, seamless downloads, and a pop-up blocking mechanism.
Dowser is a Web research and archiving tool that clusters results from search engines, associates words that appear in previous searches, and keeps a local cache of all the results you click on in a searchable database along with summaries and links to related information. It helps you to keep track of what you find, with no advertising.
Userful Live CD is a unique multiseat Linux live CD that lets one computer function as two. Booting from this CD temporarily transforms your dual-monitor PC or laptop (with an extra USB keyboard and mouse) into a "dual-seat" PC, supporting two independent users at the same time, each with their own monitor, keyboard, and mouse. A single keystroke links your keyboards and monitors. The live CD also includes Userful Multiplier and Userful Desktop.
Hotlist is a simple URL manager that handles bookmarks in an HTML file. At the moment all it does is add and delete URLs from a file. The idea is that if you are always finding URLs that you want to view but forget them when you get the chance to go online, then you should put them in this file and set it as your homepage.
The MM3-WebAssistant Proxy Offline Browser archives Web pages that have been visited with your browser to be used online and offline. When offline, each page is available with its original URL, so the user sees no difference between surfing in the Internet or the archive. You can even use your bookmarks offline. The archive can be used efficiently by marking and highlighting words. This proxy also allows mobile users to access Internet information when they don't have Internet access.
user_info is a class to retrieve information about the browser the user is using to access the current site script. It can analyze the user agent string sent by the browser in the current HTTP request and extracts the type of browser, user machine operating system, user machine IP address, accepted character set encoding, language name, and whether the user is a spider/bot.