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smart browsing

Web browser enhancements that help the user obtain the desired results. Starting around the turn of the century, the browser automatically added the http:// prefix and the .com domain name to the URL. Other features include automatic completion of the URL based on site visit history (see auto complete). A major improvement added later was the use of a single search box for both the website URL and search engine query.
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ArtToday will receive additional promotion by integration into the Netscape Open Directory, Netscape Search, Smart Browsing, and What's Related Links.
There are all sorts of neat opportunities for integration," he said, "for example, our Smart Browsing feature allows users to type in search query to URL box.
Netscape also has introduced the "Netscape TuneUp for IE," a free software add-on to Microsoft Internet Explorer that integrates Netscape's popular Smart Browsing services while providing access to Netscape Netcenter services.
Nasdaq: NSCP) over the controversial Smart Browsing features found in its Communicator 4.
com" address as an example of the type of smut the Smart Browsing features on its latest browser can filter out.
com, sent a letter to Netscape attorneys charging a Smart Browsing feature on Communicator 4.
Access to SmartDownload is made easy with Netscape Communicator Smart Browsing service, which allows users to simply the words "Smart Download" into the browser location bar that brings customers directly to the Netcenter SmartDownload site.
Alexa's Related Sites service is scheduled to be included as part of the What's Related feature, one of a trio of core capabilities that defines Smart Browsing.
Netscape Smart Browsing is a revolutionary concept whose goal is to help Netscape users quickly and easily find information anywhere on the Internet (see related release, June 1, 1998.