Hello wURLd 3.5.3
Hello wURLd is an application that can automate the opening of your favorite Web pages while you grab some coffee.
Many people have a list of favorite Web sites they visit every day, and they can waste a lot of time selecting each one from a bookmark or "favorites" list.
Hello wURLd makes Internet viewing more efficient. Just tell Hello wURLd which Web sites you visit, then head for the coffee machine!
Hello wURLd will open each page in a new browser window, so they'll all be waiting for you when you get back to your Mac.
Hello wURLd saves you even more time. Its unique SmartPage technology can monitor your favorite Web pages for changes, and only display them in your browser when they have changed.
Even Web sites that contain rotating banner advertisements can be filtered, so that you see the pages only when their contents have changed.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
Requirements: Hello wURLd requires an Internet-equipped Macintosh with at least 700 KB of free memory when the browser is running. System 7.5 or newer for the best compatibility with Internet applications. Hello wURLd works best with Internet Config, but it is not required. Most Internet software applications that support Apple Events should work with Hello wURLd. Hello wURLd has been tested with the following web browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer; Netscape Communicator; AOL 3.0, 4.0, 5.0.
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