Type of Program: RSS Reader
Supported Platforms: Windows 98/NT/ME/2Kx/XP
Company Name: Ykoon B.V
Installed Size: 9 Mb
The installation of RssReader is easy and intuitive. You can
place the program files where you want them. Plus you are give the opportunity
to choose whether or not you want to install RssReader for yourself, or for
anyone who uses your computer.
If you are new to the world of RSS feeds then you should read the Introduction
to RSS that comes up the first time you start RssReader.
The best way for you to probably understand what you get with RssReader and how
it works is for you to look at the screenshot at:
There on the left you see in a folder view all of the RSS Feeds that you are
subscribed to. In the top right hand side window you can see the Headlines of
the articles that are available in the feed that is currently selected. Then in
the bottom you can see the current article you are reading.
RssReader is configurable, here are some of the Defaults:
When a new article is available on one of the feeds that you are subscribed to
you get a little ding-dong sound, and then a little pop-up shows up in the
system tray showing you the new headlines.
The unread articles Headlines are color coded blue, then after you read them
they turn black.
There is also the ability to configure the Headlines check period and the
Headlines storage period.
With RssReader it is very easy to subscribe to new RSS Feeds. You can add them
yourself manually when you find a new one that takes your fancy. Or you can go
to File/add feeds from directory and you will find a big choice there.
In conclusion if you are looking for a RSS Reader, look no further RssReader is
Ease of Installation:
Reviewed by Joe Tex