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1.0.10 - Twin Engine)
Point (version 1.0.7)
Zero Point means that a place from
where you can reach every other place. At the end of installation process of
NotJustBrowsing a structure is built to represent Zero Point for user's
computer. This structure will allow a user to access most of the operating
system's functionality from within this structure. At the same time it will
provide a structured way to store/access the information that builds up with
time in every computer.
Information, may it be local (on
user's computer) or on world wide web, can be referenced in one unique way using
A user will now be able to access all places and facilities present on their
computer at one time by using either "linear" or "multiple" or both views.
Construction of Zero
At the end of installation of
NotJustBrowsing, a program (as shown in the picture below) starts building Zero
Point structure. Contents of Zero Point remain within the
installation directory structure and can be deleted without the loss of any
Access to Zero Point
Zero Point functionality can be
utilized by opening "Zero Point" collection from within the "Shelf" of the
browser. This collection will be present by default in the "Shelf" at
start-up. Picture on the right.
Elements of Zero
Picture below is the Zero Point
location. From this location you should be able to access all functionality
provided within your computer.
Important information is provided
with every element within Zero Point structure. This information can be accessed
by keeping mouse pointer on the element itself. In the following picture, mouse
pointer is on "Trace Route" item with in "Tools (DOS based)/Basic". A
user can learn about most of the things provided by their computer systems very
The following view can be achieved by selecting the option Use
Windows classic folders from Control Panel / Folder
Options / Tasks.
This program is not available outside NotJustBrowsing installation.