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If you have a large computer screen, you would know that most of the web pages and browsers waste a lot of your screen real estate. SlickScreen is an application that changes things by letting you be more productive and make use of every bit of your screen.

Once you download the free SlickScreen client for your Windows OS, it works with most of the popular browsers. You can instantly cascade your browser windows in one of the 6 pre-defined layouts. Each panel (cascaded window) is a separate browser instance but interacts with each other seamlessly. You can drag content from one browser window and drop into another without losing any productivity. Each panel can have its separate tabs just like traditional browser and can be resized to your desire.

multi pane browser

You can create a custom layout of the panels and save it for future use. SlickScreen lets you zoom in and out of content and basically do everything within a panel that your regular browser lets you do. It is also a great tool to compare two webpages side by side without needing to switch from one window to another. You can also set each panel to auto-refresh and auto-rotate at your specified intervals. Over all, SlickScreen provides a non-overlapping multi-paneled interface that can let you be much more productive than just using your traditional browsers.

slickscreen

Note: Slickscreen is designed for high resolution displays (think monitors 15″+ and good graphic cards).

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Features:

  • View multiple browser windows at the same time.
  • Choose one of the 6 layouts or create a custom one.
  • Drag and drop content from one panel to another.
  • Compare websites side by side efficiently.
  • Set panels to auto-refresh and/or auto-rotate.
  • Works on Windows XP, Vista and 7.

Download SlickScreen @ www.slickscreen.com

  1. Stacy
    February 25, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    Great application. Like all the new features in version 1.3. Keep them coming!

  2. Brian Duperrouzel
    February 16, 2011 at 6:04 pm

    @ John - Sorry to hear you a bad experience. If you are still interested, email me at connect@slickscreen.com as I would like to work through your tech issues and discover the root cause. .NET Framework may have been having a bad day when you tried it out :)

    Regarding your other issue, Slickscreen doesn't make website recommendations based on your machine. It works similiar to Firefox or IE, in that it opens to a default set of pages. And due to privacy considerations, we don't send or analyze usage data.

    Thanks- Brian
    Slickscreen

  3. Tehseen Baweja
    February 16, 2011 at 3:27 pm

    @John

    Not sure why it did that to you, may be incompatiblity with your .NET version or the Windows 7 Ultimate?

  4. NFL Sucker
    February 14, 2011 at 7:30 pm

    This app is very useful to me as my job has me on web pages all day (Sharepoint apps, work apps, etc). I have a decent sized monitor and a fairly new machine so I didn't experience any slowness that the previous guy experienced.

    I particularily like the ability to drag and drop links from one window to another. It helps becuase you don't "lose" your original page like a normal browser... how many times are you like 5 pages deep and you need to go back but the stupid back button denies you and it takes forever.

  5. John
    February 13, 2011 at 8:24 am

    Sorry, one recommendation I cannot recommend. Took over all my CPU cycles, took ages to load, then when it loaded it had four panels opened that were not even related to the windows I had open on my computer - Windows 7 Ultimate.

  6. Brian Duperrouzel
    February 12, 2011 at 8:02 pm

    If you have a large monitor (say 17"+) I think you will really enjoy Slickscreen.

    It's great for web style multi-tasking, comparing info on one page, copy and pasting between pages, or even if you just want something new and fun.

    Thanks - Brian

    Developer - Slickscreen

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