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George Freed
09-21-2003, 07:25 PM
Simply wondering if you people would want this program!
Yes, its kind of old
Yes, it was Freeware
I've used it for literally years with little trouble
It seems to be a good dianostic tool in that I can see exactly what OE is doing and control it.
I've been able to use it specifically to monitor all the transactions that go on between OE and the net. It will also map sites. It also takes out add, pop-ups and just about anything you want to take out. It also has a tool that shows me exactly what's going on when its happening. There have been times I've closed a screen thinking that I'm done with it only to find that my computer is still talking to that web-site. Naviscope's pop-up toolbar will tell you if this is going on and it will allow you to stop that transaction.

I haven't found any program out there that does what Naviscope does! It can be a little nutty at times but for the most part it seems to work well.

So, tell me what you all think
Thanks for your time.

guest_k35454
09-21-2003, 07:42 PM
I have used it for around 4 years. It is not only useful, but occupies very little space on your hard disk for a clock-setter.

locustfurnace
09-21-2003, 09:33 PM
yea, i have a few old versions of naviscope. it features a NTP client as well, for setting your time.
I have seen alot errors with different combos of naviscope and certain browsers. But that is not too much a problem if you just change to a diff version.

degarb
03-07-2004, 03:09 PM
I need oldest naviscope you can find.

degarbNOSPAM@softhome.net

8.7 breaks after 30 prefetch pages and must double click prefetch link. Which is not acceptable with midi ctrl shift click.

locustfurnace
03-07-2004, 05:01 PM
The only version found online so far is 8.70
Naviscope v8.70 (ftp://ftp.freeware.ru/win/internet/intutils/nscope.exe) (614kbs)

I do have a copy on CD for version 8.61, its less than 600kbs, if you are interested I can email you it.