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Vole Internet Expedition Professional Edition

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In the beginning, we had web browsers. If we wanted to look at another website, we’d open up another browser window. Now we have tabs, so we can jump between websites in the same instance of our browser. Easier, but not optimal! Today’s discount software promotion introduces a new faster, more graceful way to browse the web – it’s Vole Internet Expedition Professional Edition!

Vole Internet Expedition Professional Edition is an amazing browser that reproduces web pages in a gallery format, letting you switch between them more quickly and gracefully than ever before. With Vole Internet Expedition Professional Edition, you never have to worry about web pages not fitting correctly onto your screen, or recalling websites that you’ve accidentally closed. And when it comes to organizing your browsing sessions, there’s no better way than by using Vole Internet Expedition Professional Edition.

Imagine having preset galleries for when you want to browse the web at home, at work, or for a special research project! Just load your preset and BOOM, there are all of the websites that you want to view, all in a nicely formatted view for your to jump right into. Create new presets as you need them, there’s no limit to how many you can store in Vole Internet Expedition Professional Edition. You can even use Vole Internet Expedition Professional Edition to dock pages to specific locations, and port your entire Vole Internet Expedition Professional Edition experience to a different computer with ease.

After you purchase Vole Internet Expedition Professional Edition, it may be used for 12 months.

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Tip Ho It is weird to register a browser for use for ONLY 12 months. It is but an introductory trial which should be offered FREE anyway. Lots of browsers out there are withering, free or otherwise.
Mar 25 2016 at 3:00pm Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Tip Ho - Can I recommend you to take a look at the product page. You may click the blue button named 'Website' just on the bottom right of the main image in this page. For you convenience, I copy the link here: http://www.sanwhole.com/v...ition.html. After reading, if you still insist on your original ideas or have other comments, I am very happy to assist you.
Sanwhole - Mar 25 2016 at 8:06pm Copy Link
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Tip Ho I remember years ago, a browser came up claiming to be, and advocated by "critics" as being the most advanced and speedy browser available. The only thing is that it demanded purchase before use (or after a limited trial, I do not recall exactly). It has now been offered "FREE" for quite a time. However, it seems to be too late, the comet is bow burning the very last bit of its trail.
Mar 26 2016 at 5:27pm Copy Link
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Norman Wong Yes, we successfully drive off the browser that demanded purchase. What did we welcome, really free browser? No, but omnipresent advertising and built-in advertising based search engine in "free" browser. This is inevitable, because there is no free lunch in the world. This is the economic law.

Because Vole Internet Expedition demands purchase, we can really provide free web browser feature. We don't embedded any advertising. We even provide free AD-Blocker feature. Vole Internet Expedition is not only a web brower, if you only want the web browser feature, it is totally free, security and no advertise.
Sanwhole - Mar 26 2016 at 6:48pm Copy Link
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Hector Raso Arcaute I've used Firefox, Waterfox, Torch, and many others and I've have not received ads nor advertising even nor spam. No strings attached. Well, as I see, any pay-for browser scheme is firmly out of the market. Millions and millions and more millions of people think in this direction. Nowadays, a non-free browser is a very very very bold move !!!!! Good luck !!!!!!
Mar 27 2016 at 1:06am Copy Link
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eb235 Am I right in observing that Vole website shows absolutely no purchase price for any of its numerous software products and any of its various licensing schemes ?
Am I right in guessing that you have to install at least one of these products to access the online store where this information is meant to be found ?

It would be all fine if we lived in a world of features where finance is no matter...

I can understand some (many ?) people resent changing their habits. Others are willing to do so. But if you want to establish a new, unusual way to do something, you have to be extra instructive. Unfortunately there's this recurring feeling of all-out guesswork with Vole offers.

In other words, Vole, please realize that 'incomparable' in the software market does **not** mean 'hard to compare'.
Mar 27 2016 at 2:31am Copy Link
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Anton User if anyone was note that promo code is invalid ? !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mar 27 2016 at 2:55am Copy Link
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Hector Raso Arcaute Registration is headache. It's "The Curse Of Baba Yaga" (ELP dixit). I've been testing the software and, by the way, is indeed "flash as a Rat". However, I feel "nude" and unprotected in all senses !!!!!!
Mar 27 2016 at 3:15am Copy Link
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Rob User I totally agree with eb235, have you really got to jump through all those hoops to find the purchase price? I would be very cautious with a company that refuses to be up-front about their purchase pricing strategy and actively hides it from their website.

Even if I was vaguely interested, the only way I was able to get a hint of the cost of this software was to dig around until I found the Purchase Video and watched it until the How To Pay educational scene appeared.

Really?.

Sorry guys, I am not installing software simply to give it a try, but to have to find out what it's actual price is? That's just plain weird and sends out entirely the wrong signals about the companies motives.

PS I do not expect all software to be free, I am happy to pay IF I find it useful to me. I even contribute to Wikepedia annually because I use it so regularly.
Mar 27 2016 at 3:26am Copy Link
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William Yanneck Help!
I've lost sight in one eye trying to complete the registration process!

And it was my good eye...

Now what do I do?!?

I think I may have also just forgotten everything I learned in the sixth grade as well...some of the most important info needed to survive in todays world.

This process is a joke.

Thanks, but no thanks.
Mar 27 2016 at 3:26am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ eb235 - Thanks for your comments. I know that our product is a bit difficult when start, but then it is easy to use and has unique features.

We do our best to use the market well-known way to achieve our special features. But we are often unable to do so. Most main features of our software are unique in the world. It is really ‘hard to compare’, because you even cannot find the compare target. We are not interested in innovation but have to only.

We create a lot of screenshot, tutorial video and online Chat to help users learn how to use our products. We create built-in Testimonials, Discuss, Blog, Forum, Chat and Vmail in each our products. I know this is not enough, but we have been working hard.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 3:29am Copy Link
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Norman Wong Hello everyone, if you are stuck in the purchase process, you may go to http://www.sanwhole.com/faq.html and see Sign up, Purchase and Activate short tutorial video. You may also try chat with me online. There is a Chat with us button on the bottom right on our website.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 3:45am Copy Link
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Evgeni User What is the difference Vole Internet Expedition Professional AUTD and Vole Internet Expedition Professional LTUD?
Mar 27 2016 at 3:51am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Evgeni User - You may go to the software webpage here http://www.sanwhole.com/v...ition.html and see "THE FINE PRINT" table for detail.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 3:59am Copy Link
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Norman Wong Hello, the purchase process is:
1, SIGN IN: Run the software and click Service to Sign up then Sign in.
2, SELECT PRODUCT: Select Vole Internet Expedition in the main page and double click it to see the software detail.
3, ADD TO CART: Select Purchase table (the last one) and select Professional 1-Year and add Qty to 1 then click Add to Cart.
4, PLACE ORDER: Click Place Order in Chart Form.
5, PAY ORDER: Click Pay Order via use your code to get price 100% off in Order Form.
6, ACTIVATE: Activate software on License Form via click the top right button “Submit Activate Computer”
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 4:23am Copy Link
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Tognon Marco Plenty of trouble to get it installed and activated/licensed.
It's the work of a 10 ear old.
Come back when you managed to make a sleek installation and registration procedure.
Mar 27 2016 at 4:39am Copy Link
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Leslie Milburn I am afraid that unless my browser is from a very well known company or is open source where I can see the code, the days of trusting independent commercial browsers from a questionable source is was back in the 90's. I cannot tell you how many software packages dial home to China or Russia today and so I for one will not use browsers like these as they present a security risk, IMO.
Mar 27 2016 at 5:26am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Leslie Milburn - Not just web browser, in fact, any software on BDJ has the possible dangers you said. Because they are not so well-known, not open source. Since this is always true, what are you seeking for on BDJ?

In fact, any software on BDJ are to undergo a rigorous selection. And there are more than 50 anti-virus company in the world report our product is 100% clean on VirusTotal. You can see here: https://www.virustotal.co...458724282/
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 5:51am Copy Link
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dec fred Hello; what it the ID referer ? I did'nt found it.
Could you please help me ?
Mar 27 2016 at 6:09am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ dec fred - If you are invited via email by your friend. You may enter your friend's ID when you register. If not, leave the textbox emtpy.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 6:16am Copy Link
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Tognon Marco The way you react on comments by visitors make your sw and your way of doing "business" even more suspicious.
Mar 27 2016 at 6:36am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Tognon Marco - I saw your two comments, I can't find a way to help you. Because there are no any specific issues just your think. If you really have problem when using our product, please let me know.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 6:55am Copy Link
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Mugu Invalid promo code ???
Mar 27 2016 at 7:10am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Mugu - Could you confirm what you purchase is Vole Internet Expedition not Vole Windows Expedition?
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 7:18am Copy Link
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Jeanie Kiser I went through the entire process of downloading and activating the software. It is quite cumbersome, but it did work.

I tried using it... It's not really user friendly.
Decided to watch the tutorial videos... Unfortunately, the videos aren't as helpful as I'd hoped. They are silent with background music. Nothing was explained. [If there are actual explainer videos available, I would like to watch them and would possibly consider re-installing, if I found merit in doing so.]

Tried using the software again...

The software tends to freeze up. I had to shut it down and restart a couple of times.

When using the browser for the first time, I typed in google.com, but it forwarded me automatically to aol.com instead. I had to type it in again to get to Google. After that, It redirected my direct website url input in a couple more instances...

Went to mapquest.com and received a blank screen. Went to another page on mapquest and received a message that I needed to update my browser, the browser that I was using was outdated.

The premise of the software is good (with the ability to have several designated screens open to view several pages at once and save your preferences), but it's not easy to use and seems to take up a lot of computer resources.

I decided to uninstall...Biggest reasons are that it needs updating and more user-friendly features (or at least better tutorial videos.)

I really appreciate your making this software available here and would appreciate hearing back with any comments that may help users of the software. Thank you.
Mar 27 2016 at 8:26am Copy Link
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john lee Zemana pops up that vole is trying to inject a code. what is this about? common browser doesn't do this.
Mar 27 2016 at 8:27am Copy Link
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Daryn Bogart @ Norman Wong .......

This is a VERY simple question........What is the purchase price for the browser after the introductory period? If you can't answer that, then you come off very badly considering your only justification for the browser not being free is that it supposedly is ad free.

There are many ad blockers that can be add ons as well as the Microsoft Edge browser that does exactly the same thing. I haven't tested your product yet and normally denounce anyone that complains about getting something for free, but I need something other than "Try it first and if you still wish to stand by your original ideas, contact me."

BDJ users are very faithful and stand by one another when it seems like there are issues with any offering. So, that being said, I'll await your response. If you can't say what the price is for each version currently, then I believe you're going to have a lot more upset than satisfied people. If i want web pages in a gallery format without ads, I'll simply use Flipboard or the Edge browser.
Mar 27 2016 at 8:29am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ john lee - Could you make a screen shot and share a link here?
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 8:36am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Jeanie Kiser - You may try built-in compatible checker to fix the outdate problem. Click the top right "Advanced" button (with icon "i") and run the command "Sanwhole Software Compatible Check". Click Fix button before the item "Vole Internet Expedition". You can click http://www.sanwhole.com/b...le-checker for more detail.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 8:48am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Daryn Bogart - Do you receive the receipt from BDJ? There is detail price list include current price and discounted price for each edition of today promotion in the receipt. If you install the sotware and click the Service in main menu. You can get any of our products, any editions current price and original price. This is not the first time that BDJ promtes the software.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 9:04am Copy Link
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_*_ @Norman Wong, if your company needs to create videos on how to sign in, and purchase your software, it is needlessly complex.
Think from a users point-of-view. To have to watch videos to do the most basic of things (e.g. buy the product), it is not worth the effort involved and users will look for an alternative.
Just my thoughts as you can and are doing what you think is right, it is just not something many will ever subject themselves to to get your product.

For me, I would never signup to have to sign in to activate a product or purchase one. Count me out, forever.
Mar 27 2016 at 9:33am Copy Link
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Tognon Marco Your attitude and lack of giving no direct answers to questions placed by plenty of BDJ users, providing more tricks, shortcuts, procedures and whatever possible solution, your product becomes more and more unreliable and very suspicious.
I'll close here because I do not trust the whole thing.
Good luck in your effort to promote "something"...
Mar 27 2016 at 9:42am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ _*_ - To accept everything requires a process and courage. Unable to accept is often unwilling to accept. There is no never and forever in the world. Welcome again.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 9:44am Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Tognon Marco - This is the third time that you only post what your "think" here without any real examples. We need you post the software pros and cons to help others. Or post your problems. So we can help you. We don't want to know your ''think", this cannot help others, you may keep them yourself.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 10:03am Copy Link
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Tognon Marco As written before:
I'll close here because I do not trust the whole thing.
Mar 27 2016 at 11:44am Copy Link
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Hubert CANEVET This product could be an interesting approach if you learned what a Windows user is.
It is clearly unacceptable that each user on the machine must be given the administrative rights during the time to reinstall the software for himself.
So, just guess what I think of restarting the whole process for each update.

Or, I will eventually consider the idea that perhaps you find it normal to surf the web with administrative rights.
Mar 27 2016 at 11:53am Copy Link
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Alan Fawley It is way to complicated to try and register this product. I am now going to un-install this. I wanted to try and give it a chance, but this is just to much hassle.
Mar 27 2016 at 12:52pm Copy Link
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Nunya Biznizz Although the product looks interesting and feature rich, it also looks unintuitive with a cluttered design in a way that seems clumsy.

Many of the "features" of the software are available in free alternatives. Things like Gif animator, watermarking, etc. which seems to be just software bloat and makes me wonder "are these really necessary in my web browser?"

Personally, I have been using Maxthon (originally MyIE) for nearly 20 years. NO it is not the most secure bowser on the market, for that get Tor. Maxthon however has always been feature rich with things like Ad Block, Resource sniffer, Magic Fill, Split Screen, USB Portable, tons of user generated add-ons, Skin-able, and was the first tabbed browser on the market way back in the 90's. OH, and its FREE. There are a few features which were removed from Maxthon back in the early 2k that I miss, mainly being able to save tabs as a group to open at a future date (perfect for research), a feature offered in this software and what peaked my interest.

After reading through the comments I've come to this conclusion. Pay web browser = STRIKE ONE, One year subscription use = STRIKE TWO, Developer avoids answering questions openly and honestly and instead mocks those with concerns about program security = STRIKE THREE.

@Norman Wong. You might want to consider being less hostile towards your potential customers and instead try and take their comments and suggestions to heart to improve your future revisions of Vole IE Pro.
Mar 27 2016 at 1:12pm Copy Link
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Doris Ballard Sorry, but it sounds like a lot of trouble (reading all of the above comments) for something which will stop working for you in a year if you don't pay for it. There are far too many really decent *free* browsers out there to go through that sort of trouble. No takers here!
Mar 27 2016 at 1:22pm Copy Link
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Gary Smith @Norman Wong:
>"Yes, we successfully drive off the browser that demanded purchase. What did we welcome, really free browser? No, but omnipresent advertising and built-in advertising based search engine in "free" browser. This is inevitable, because there is no free lunch in the world. This is the economic law."

Your statement is not true; otherwise, how do you explain "Open-source software," such as Linux, Apache Web Server, Open Office, and many other software packages including web browsers. Of all of the web browsers in use today, most are open source, such as Firefox. Many other "free" browsers have been derivities of Firefox, and some even based on the Microsoft Trident rendering engine that was used in Internet Explorer. Microsoft's browsers (Internet Explorer/Edge) have not been open source, but they have been free, and without advertising. Microsoft got into the Internet browser business a little late (into the mid 90s), when the most common browsers were products for purchase in those days (e.g., Netscape Navigator). Microsoft, wanting to eliminate the competition decided to offer their browser free, which forced the others to switch to providing free browsers, supporting the cost through website advertising (not in the browser itself) and other forms of funding, such as donations. The Mozilla project was aided by AOL's donation of their browser code, and not long after, the Firefox project started. Since those early days, there has not been a single successful browser that remains a product for sale. iRider was one of the last to try to sell a browser, but it too seems to be no longer available.

Your browser is truly unique, but for every odd little feature it has, there are many other alternatives that provide the same for free. Why all the overhead, and at a cost? Loading a browser up with many other features can make the main purpose of browsing sluggish, which your browser seems to experience. I have not found any reason to use your browser over the alternatives that operate much faster, and I know what they are doing. I cannot recall ever having to register or activate any browser. I never have to worry about any of the approximately 27 (testing) browsers I use refusing to work after a year due to an expired license. Of products that I do purchase, I have never had one that is so difficult to register/activate as your line of products. You have dug yourself into a hole that will be difficult to get out of. After using some of your products for a couple years now, I still do not understand why you think they are so superior. Rather than trudging on in defiance, you should turn your product into Open-source, so that others may have an interest in fixing it (crashes often, then suggests continue to run may be unstable!).

If the economic law is fully in force, how much does it cost you to use the Apache Web Server that serves up all of your website? Your website runs on "free" software (Apache) as does a large portion of websites. You pay the hosting company for the services they provide, but they are not charging you for Apache because they cannot. Thanks to the many developers in the Free Software Foundation that offer up a great "free lunch."
Mar 27 2016 at 2:29pm Copy Link
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Norman Wong @Gary Smith - @Gary Smith – Thank you for sharing your opinion with me.

I totally agree what your statement regarding “Open-source software” in you first paragraph. It is also my opinion.

In the second paragraph, you said “I have not found any reason to use your browser over the alternatives that operate much faster, and I know what they are doing.” And “After using some of your products for a couple years now, I still do not understand why you think they are so superior.” Could you let me know if Vole Internet Expedition can do “One-click to get all your websites ready in a nicely gallery format” - the statement in the software page? If it can, could you let me know which other browser can do it? As you know, this is only one feature of our product.

In the last paragraph, do you mean you believe that there is free lunch in the world?
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 3:02pm Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Nunya Biznizz - Why not try the software yourself first before post your comments. I believe you will use as little as these words, "the product looks...", "it also looks...", "After reading through the comments..." after that. Do you always post your comments just after reading other's comments? Do you really cannot find any pros of our product? If you cann't, let me know. I can help you.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 3:42pm Copy Link
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Tip Ho After going through all these comments and "adventures" experienced, I can but consider myself lucky not to have joined at this 'free lunch'. Good luck to you all users and vendor alike.
Mar 27 2016 at 6:02pm Copy Link
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Gary Smith @Norman Wong:
>Could you let me know if Vole Internet Expedition can do “One-click to get all your websites ready in a nicely gallery format” - the statement in the software page?
That is a question I would like to know the answer to as well. I had hoped to try Vole Internet Expedition on the current computer I am using today, but after the Install, for any website I attempt to see in Vole Internet Expedition, I get "Internet Explorer cannot display the webp..." and "This program cannot display the webpage" so getting a group of pages as a gallery has not been a success for me. The error I get suggests:
•You are not connected to the Internet.
•The website is encountering problems.
•There might be a typing error in the address.
However none of these (standard Internet Explorer) statements are true. I can access any website just fine through any of the other "free" browsers I have, at the same time that Vole Internet Expedition cannot. Even Internet Explorer can access the pages that Vole Internet Expedition cannot. Are you using the Internet Explorer Trident rendering engine to display the pages in Vole Internet Expedition?

Your brower might be the only one that works as yours, but the Gallery feature has not been an important thing for me and (apparently) many of the other browser users. Retaining the previously opened tabs is quite common in browsers today, and serves quite well. I keep my File Manager open all the time, so image browsing and webpage browsing has not been something I desire to have in a single application. I am sure that there are others that might highly desire exactly what your product offers. Great, but it probably is not a large market.

>If it can, could you let me know which other browser can do it?
In fact, there was another browser that did a similar thing (I test many more browsers than most users do). All of the pages of multiple websites were lined up in a way that the user could browse through them by moving the mouse over the images(they highlighted by slightly enlarging). They could also be displayed in a fashion like your Gallery feature. It was more of a gimmick than a valuable feature, and now I don't even remember the name; it might have been a Firefox AddOn even. There are Tab enhancement AddOns for Firefox that can arrange all of the open tabs in a thumbnail view. Others allow a set of tabs to be saved, and many others have related features to your Gallery feature. Many File Managers can do a similar feature to what Vole Internet Expedition can do, and a lot of people do not realize that many File Managers will also open a webpage or start your default browser when a URL is entered instead of a folder location (if Internet Explorer was the default browser, Windows Explorer would open the URL in Windows Explorer).

Due to the flexibility of the Firefox AddOns, nearly anything is possible, especially with an Open platform that Firefox offers. Creating an AddOn for Firefox to do what your Gallery offers would not be an impossible task, however there must not be a big enough demand for it; time will tell. If one does get developed, you can always promote the countdown timer feature for your product.

While I have several browsers installed on a test machine, I mainly work on a computer that has the most common browsers installed (Internet Explorer/Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Vivaldi, Tor, some Gecko and Trident rendering alternatives, KHTML, and even Safari). I try to keep up with any new browsers I learn about. Wikipedia has a list of the "notable" browsers, but no mention of the Vole Internet Expedition, as well as many others (so don't feel left out just for that reason).

>As you know, this is only one feature of our product.
Yes, but I also cannot think of any other browser that has a countdown timer as well, and the same for several of the other tools you have added. I do not mean that individually each of the tools you have merged into your browser are not handy at some point; merely that they are not in high demand by Internet browser users. Making the web browser a multi-tool application does not in any way make it as valuable as you think it should be. Firefox allows users to have any number of "Add-ons" for added functionality. Most of those are an assistance for the purpose of browsing, but there are certainly a number that are not related to browsing at all. The Add-ons feature is one of my favorite things about Firefox, and I know that it is very easy to add so many that things gets sluggish with Firefox too. I use several AddOns, and have tried out several in the past that did not prove to be valuable enough to keep. I can add the extras I need, and not be forced to have what the developer thinks I should have, but pay for. Your product is final by your choice, not the user's choice.


>In the last paragraph, do you mean you believe that there is free lunch in the world?
Yes, I most certainly do ... both literally and figuratively. If someone buys you lunch, it is a free meal, whether it is in hopes of a return favor or if it was simply in kindness. Software works the same way. Free software may encourage the user to "give back" to the provider, or to "give to others" in a similar manner (e.g., open-source or a simple Thanks or smile to another person). You are offering your software today in a similar fashion, hoping to get some renewal licenses in a year, or to encourage potential customers today. You are not unique of course; this is part of the foundation on which this website is based. Many of us here are looking for a great deal or even a "free meal" in software. Some of these "free meals" will go unpaid for forever, and some will generate sales. I am not unique in having tried some of the offerings for free, only to purchase later on, due to its value. Our society very often provides a "free meal" for the needy, without any expectation of a return. I do believe in a "free meal" and I have paid for many meals for others, but I do believe that I have received far more than I have paid for. Once you understand your concept of economic law is not correct, you will realize "free meals" abound in all sorts of ways.

By the way, when I click on Service, I get a crash indicating Vole Internet Expedition needs to close, and that the Continue choice will likely be unstable. Also, the error dialog button for "Latest version" and "VMC Reader" goes to a 404 page on your website. The tutorial videos show icons that I do not see in the installed version. This makes it difficult for users to adopt your product, even if you offer it up for free for a year.
Mar 27 2016 at 6:15pm Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Daryn Bogart - I really don't know what you are saying. And I cannot find any technical issue in your comments. So I have to return all what you said to yourself. Good luck.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 6:30pm Copy Link
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Nunya Biznizz @Norman Wong. Thanks for the Reply. The reason for not just trying the software myself, in all honesty, is the registration process. I was interested until reading through the comments, realizing all the hoops i'd have to jump through just to get it up and running in addition to the time investment to test and learn the nuances of the software.

The above coupled with lack of answers to simple questions like:
Does the software "phone home"?
How much is the renewal price? (yes I understand I can jump through hoops to get the answer to this question, once the software is installed and registered, but why should I have to?)

But I didn't just stop there, at other peoples opinions. I went to your website and read through your literature.

Ultimately I decided against any further time investment for a product that didn't have significant benefits over what I currently use and would require a yearly financial commitment to keep using. Additionally there are too many features I rely on in Maxthon such as Gesture Recognition, Download manager, etc. which are not present in your browser or were not listed on your site. While I could get 3rd party software to handle some of it, I'm a bit of a minimalist when it comes to processes I like running in the background. My reason for mentioning Maxthon, was for your benefit so that you could check out what your competition is doing.

There are Pros to your software: Scene reproduce and docking-tabbed.

However these two features do not overshadow what I am currently using, especially at an annual cost to my wallet.
Mar 27 2016 at 7:09pm Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Gary Smith - Could you let me know one site address that you get the errors. I try to test on our side. A screenshot here is better. Could you confirm your anti-virus software doesn't block the software?

I get to know from your comments, you are really a web browser specialist. Again, only one web browser name that can do “One-click to get all your websites ready in a nicely gallery format”. So we can compare them here.

There are so many customers successfully Sign up, Purchase and Activate now, the operation must use Service. So please check your anti-virus setting again, if need more help, let me know.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 7:12pm Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Nunya Biznizz - You may go to http://www.sanwhole.com/faq.html and see "Renewal Price" item to learn renewal price detail.

You may go to http://www.sanwhole.com/b...unications to learn more about "phone home".

Although you are not prepared to buy our products, but you are the first person that can say thare are Pros to our product. Thank you!
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 7:37pm Copy Link
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Valentina Wallace Just sharing my experience. This is a very suspicious software installation experience. Unfortunately, I didn't read the previous comments and installed this software. I wasn't able to activate it. After that I decided to uninstall it with Revo Uninstaller Pro. Now I cannot reboot my Windows 7 computer. I need to go through all this Windows recovery things. Very disappointed. BitsDuJour, next time when you promote the software, please make sure you tested at least its installation process and didn't brick your PC like I did.
Mar 27 2016 at 7:37pm Copy Link
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Norman Wong Hello, because some users are not familiar with our new registration system, there is still one third of registered users is not activated now. According to BDJ request, we agreed to extend another 24 hours for sign up users to activate the software.
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 7:53pm Copy Link
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Leslie Milburn Norman Wong wrote: "You may go to http://www.sanwhole.com/faq.html and see Renewal Price item to learn renewal price detail."

Norman, just to humor you I went to the FAQ page and nowhere was the standard renewal price listed, just some fluff about coupons.

So, Norman, here is your ONE chance to provide an open and honest answer to a very simple question: In 12 months time how much does it cost to renew the licence for a further 1 Year In US Dollars (ignoring coupons).
Mar 27 2016 at 8:00pm Copy Link
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Wearsie Jackson Guys, you don't need to bash this fellow and call it a scam.

BDJ has always had good vendors that are sometimes very small, but always reputable.

Good luck to you Norman, and thank you for offering your product on BDJ.
Mar 27 2016 at 8:18pm Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Leslie Milburn - We provide price 100% off and 90% off promtion today. Price 100% Off promotion cannot be renewed, the software will convert to free edition after 12 months. The Price 90% Off promotion can be renewed and the renewal price is same with the price you purchase today. For example you spend $2.38 to buy Vole Internet Expedition Professional AUTD 1-Year via 90% Off coupon, the renewal price is always $2.38/Year.

For your convenience, I copy the renewal price term content from FAQ page to here:
[Renewal Price
How to calculate my renewal price?

Renewal price is same with your purchase price except for special declaration.

And No use No payment.
You don't have to renew if you don't want to use within the next service duration and you can renew with the same price at any time when you want to use. For example, you purchase AUTD 1 Year product and forget to renew in the next year, you can renew at any time in the future and the renew price is same as your first purchase price.]
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 8:18pm Copy Link
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Norman Wong @ Wearsie Jackson - Thank you!
Sanwhole - Mar 27 2016 at 8:56pm Copy Link
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Cary Adams $60 a year seems a bit high Norman. How does that compare with comparable software.
Mar 28 2016 at 1:19am Copy Link
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Hubert CANEVET > "By the way, when I click on Service, I get a crash indicating Vole Internet Expedition needs to close" :
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That is what I said : Vole Internet Expedition needs to be installed separately by each user as an administrator, and this has to be redone at each update.

This is the explicit negation of all what has been done by Microsoft on Windows concerning security.

Worse than that : some data is saved in the program directory.

You have to make abstraction of this, and give the user the administrator's rights during the installation, to be able to test the program, which has some nice features, as being able to save a set of pages and redisplay them up-to-date later.
Mar 28 2016 at 6:53am Copy Link
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Chuck Brotman I tried his "browser" product some time ago. It was interesting, but confusing and had a poor UI. I was pleased to see it again, thought I'd give it another try. Maybe they got smarter (or maybe I did) and I'd be able to use it?? No such luck. after thrashing around with their rediculous "registration" process, which I could never get to work. I never got it registered!! so, I've given up. any product whose developers think that I'm going to jump through hoops to try, which is so convoluted to register, (never got to use it, this time -- and now I DON'T CARE). That's 20 minutes of my life, I'll never get back. then to see them defend their labrybrinth line proccess and product here on these forum. Tells me these are not people whose software I would want running on MY PcI

UNINSTALLED wth predjudice AND NO REGRETS,

ta ta,
Chuck
Mar 28 2016 at 9:30am Copy Link
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M User Hello Norman,
Link on BDJ takes you to a 404 Error code. Please advise. From all the issues surrounding your product and its offer, I am excited to see what all the hysteria is about over a new browser type product.

I tried to install from website but could not follow through to completion.

Thanks in advance for perusing this comment.
Mar 28 2016 at 9:42am Copy Link
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Chuck Brotman I'm guessing, but maybe the deal has expired?? Consider yourself lucky. Registration was kafka-esque, totally frustrating
Mar 28 2016 at 10:09am Copy Link
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Jane Blue @Norman Wong - Instead of telling others not to post what they think (you don't get to dictate what others think or say) you'd be better off using their criticism to build a better product and better user experience. You've been given valuable tips you could use to improve your product - disregard it at your own peril.
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