New Internet Browser launched by Blindcop Software
(Bournemouth UK — Feb 5th, 2004) – Blindcop Software today announced the first public release of their free ‘QuadraSite’ browser. QuadraSite combines four browsers in one powerful program: it allows users to create custom groups of four webpages that can be recalled with a single click. This is a new way to browse the Internet and is only a small part of what QuadraSite has to offer.
If you haven’t heard of QuadraSite, it’s hardly surprising. Since the start of development in mid 2003, a strict veil of secrecy has covered the project. Until now, less than twenty people including programmers and testers have known of its existence. “The browser market is fiercely competitive and dominated by a few key players. We have held off releasing QuadraSite until we felt that it was ready to offer a serious challenge. That time is now” said Dominic Oldrey, creator of QuadraSite.
QuadraSite is compatible with all versions of Microsoft Windows from ‘95 to XP. It is free to download and use and weighs in at less than 400kb, small enough to be sent via email. Based on Internet Explorer technology, even web newcomers find browsing with QuadraSite a pleasure.
Visit http://www.quadrasite.com to download QuadraSite for free. Take the QuadraSite ‘four minute challenge’: soon you’ll be browsing the web in a way you never though possible.
About Blindcop Software
QuadraSite was designed and programmed by Blindcop Software, a small Internet company based in Dorset, UK. Dominic Oldrey MPhys(Oxon), founder and CEO of Blindcop Software explains: “QuadraSite was born the day I got criticized at work for spending too much time surfing the web. I worked out a way to do all the surfing I wanted in half the time. The prototype worked so well I left my job to create the full product.”