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Download of the Day: Avant Browser 2010 Build 128

Ultra-fast underrated browser with a ton of useful features.

| Software News | Posted: Dec 29, 2010 3:10 pm

Our Download of the Day today is Avant Browser 2010 Build 128.

 

Avant Browser is a standalone application designed to expand features provided by Internet Explorer. It adds a bunch of features and functionalities to IE and its user-friendly interface brings a new level of clarity and efficiency to your browsing experience, and frequent upgrades have steadily improved its reliability.

 

Avant Browser is freeware. That's right. 100% Free! No cost to you ever. No limitations. No Adware. No Spyware. You can donate if you want, but it's certainly not required.

 

Avant's features include:

 

• Online Profile Storage
• Autofills
• Mouse Gestures
• Flash Animation Filter
• Built-in AD/Pop-up Blocker
• Built-in RSS/ATOM Reader.
• Additional Mouse Functions
• Multi-Window Browsing
• Real Full Screen Mode and Alternative Full Desktop mode
• Built-in Search Engine
• Full IE Compatibility
• Control Your Privacy
• Safe Recovery
• Skins
• Support for 41 languages

 

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The latest version includes the following changes:

 

Changes in Version 2010 Build 128

 

* [Fix]Connecting to Internet failed on machines with ThreatFire installed
* [Fix]Losing focus problem
* [Fix]Sometimes shortcuts don't work when with roboform toolbar enabled
* [Fix]Blank bar appeared when you switch to and out of the full screen/desktop mode

 

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