Microsoft Word Web Browser is an easy-to-use and extremely efficient freeware which lets you surf the web in the workplace even when you're sitting at your boss's desk. It doesn't matter how good your typing speed is, you'll find that using Microsoft Word Web Browser will make the process of browsing the web much easier for you and your co-workers, since it makes navigation through the web browser much more intuitive. This powerful tool was created by combining Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Wordpad in one application, hence making it more practical to edit documents as well as to present them. There are various versions of Microsoft Word Web Browser available on the market, but the most recent and most stable one is the "Killer" version which is packed with many new features.
Like most other word processors, Microsoft Word Web Browser allows users to edit files in it by creating a document from just one text box and then inserting images or other objects into it. The main window of this program displays the text you've just written, together with the links you can click on. These links take you to similar-looking documents stored on other folders or on your hard drive. Microsoft Word Web Browser allows you to drag and drop items from the current document to other documents, and it supports multi-page documents. Some of the features included in this application include a password manager, a built-in search engine, the ability to send emails and share documents, the ability to edit and customize the size and appearance of the text boxes, a bookmark manager, a page and screen manager, a pop-up blocker, and a "Send and Share" feature which allow you to share documents with other people through the file types commonly known in the Windows environment.
Even if you are on a fairly recent version of Windows, you should still be able to use Microsoft Word Web Browser. The reason why this is so important is because earlier versions such as Word 98 that came along after Windows 98 does not have the capability to open many freeware applications which are compatible with newer operating systems. Therefore, if you want to read a Word document that was created earlier than Windows 98, you may have to get your hands on an older version of Word. Thankfully, this software is available for freeware, which means that anyone can download it and use it without paying for it. So, if you'd like to keep using older versions of Windows, but still want the same features that modern-day Word web browsers offer, this is a great choice.