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« on: July 10, 2008, 09:05:36 AM »
Some of you may have heard about this nifty little tool some may have not.....

So what is Prism? I will not get into all the techy stuff if you want to know that click the link and have a read it is some what intresting.

Prism is a web browser that has been stripped down to the basics. No flashy stuff and no need for 100's of plugin's for this that and the other thing. The point of using Prism is based on the idea of using such sites as google docs to do spreadsheets, type documents, or other "MS/Open Office" type tasks, but giving more of a desktop program look and feel.

It is really neat you create the "Launcher" and it makes an icon for you. Say google docs. Now on your desktop or menu you have a "Program Icon" for Google Docs. When you click it it loads up well Google Docs.

At first i thought this was really silly as you can access GD from Firefox or IE easy enoght. What is the point of yet another web browser. After installing it and using it I find it really nice now and easy as ever to use. I use it for a few different web based programs. Now that i have a dual screen system it is even handier.

So Prism may not be for everyone but it is worth a look. Never know you may find a use for it, you may not. Due to it's size it is worth the test run.
« Last Edit: July 10, 2008, 09:07:16 AM by HiTech_HillBilly »


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« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2008, 06:52:58 PM »
just an extra tribute to this wonderful program:

It's very useful for updating blogs and viewing stats for your webpages without having to load up all the heavy graphics and add-ons in something like firefox or IE