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Fact200 is both an Internet search client and a news feed reader that concentrates on finding, sifting, and browsing information while filtering out noise and junk. It is ideal for browsing through massive amounts of web pages (e.g., browsing news feeds) or for researching esoteric subjects.
Feature List

Ensures that web pages actually exist and downloads them in parallel. Pre-fetched data also feeds into the preview, index, and library mechanisms.

Pre-rendered previews allow you to quickly view web pages through hover browsing or slideshows and to view thumbnails of any size.

Web pages are indexed (with support for non-latin based languages) so that they can be easily retrieved or sub-filtered.

Stores web pages along with their previews on your computer for quick retrieval, portability, independence, and privacy.

Customizable Sources
Allows you to query or retrieve web pages from a variety of sources including search engines, usenet, and RSS feeds.

Real-Time filtering
Results will appear as you type when searching through the Libary providing a more fluid search experience that allows for more experimentation.

Real-time term suggestions
Allows you to find the correct spellings, misspellings, or variations that will yield results.

Unicode support
Search in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Russian or any other language that Windows supports!

No Frills
Cookies, ActiveX, and javascript are disabled to prevent tracking, malware, and popup ads from interfering with the search experience.

Personalized Search
Search history, favorites, and browsing patterns are all stored to provide a personalized search experience. All data is stored on your computer/disk and never transmitted over the Internet to maintain privacy.

Sort web pages by last viewed date, content date, load dates, or score.

Save result sets to preserve a specific list of web pages.

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