Briskbard is an all-in-one app that combines web browser, email client, instant messaging client and other commonly used internet tools. It has tabbed user interface, where each tab can have a unique function. One tab can be used as web browser, another one as ftp client, one as email client, media player, newsgroup reader, IM client and more.
Each tab also has a unique icon based on its function, and you can also color each tab differently, so you will be able to quickly distinct between tabs of the same function. With integrated bookmark manager, you can also access any saved ftp server or irc server instantly. Bookmarks can also be exported or imported in different formats.
App can be configured to show on-screen notifications from email messages and new articles from newsgroup feeds. For adding newsgroup servers, both Atom and RSS formats are supported. For storing your contacts, there is also a contact manager, which can be accessed from either email client, newsgroup reader or message editor.
So, if you are looking for an app to simplify your daily internet activities and manage them all in one place, than look no further, because this may be the app for you.
• All in one app combining most commonly used internet tools • On-screen notifications for new messages and articles
What's new in this version
• The Blink rendering engine has been upgraded to 71.0.3578.80 • Added many more FTP connection settings and the new FTP connection window has been reorganized • The favicon downloads have been improved even further by using the download functions in Blink • Now the text searches in each web browser tab show the previous searches
• Delphi 10.3 Rio is now the IDE used to create BriskBard • The OpenSSL, Indy and SQLite components have been updated to the latest version • Bug fixes …Fixed the application freeze that occurred when the tab layout was changed with high DPI monitors …Now the bookmark manager buttons works correctly when the manager is shown for the first time …The default FTP settings have been modified to accelerate the FTP connections when using a non-FTP-aware firewall/router