XWeb is a lightweight application and a reliable Web browsing assistant that enables you to access any website that you wish, as well as search amongst files and folders on your computer. The software supports opening webpages saved locally, with the original content and paragraph formatting.
A Web browser that offers speedy access to any website
XWeb enables you to access any webpage as long as you enter a valid URL, with or without the classic protocol indicators, HTTP or WWW. The software can load the page in a short time and display the media content, including images and videos. You can easily navigate back and forth between recently accessed websites, with the help of the Back and Forward arrows.
Other functions such as load homepage, stop loading or refresh are conveniently placed under the address bar. While the software does not support setting the homepage, it can load the one set within Internet Explorer. The software can further communicate with Internet Explorer, when you enable it to use the context menu from the before-mentioned browser.
Browse through local files
XWeb is more than a Web browser, since it can easily access local folders and allows you to open files, similar to Windows Explorer. The application also includes a quick search tool and uses Google as a default searching engine. Additionally, you may view a page’s source code, in a separate window, then easily copy it to clipboard.
By default the title bar displays the name of the browser, but you may set it to show the name of the current website. Moreover, you may set the current user profile, by selecting between the available modes: guest, student, child and normal. This option is meant for a more efficient Web content filtering.
Simple to use application for local or global browsing
With XWeb, you can easily browse through local files and folders, but also access Internet pages from all over the world. You simply need to enter the complete path of the desired local destination or the URL or the web page you wish to access. The software does not feature a history tool, but you may move back and forth through recently accessed webpages or folders.