Internet has already gone deep into our life and work and surfing on-line everyday has become a habit of us. I am a web fan too and my best interest is read news on Internet. However, to look for news I have to visit a lot of web sites. This is a reparative and trying job. If there is a simple and comfortable way to read news on Internet. Of course, Xnews is just for us. With this Usenet newsreader we can read news come from all kinds of web sites all over the world in one place.
Xnews is a news reader that is 100% GNKSA 2.0 (Good Net Keeping Seal of Approval) compliant. It comes with many useful features, including: 100% GNKSA 2.0 (Good Net Keeping Seal of Approval) compliant. Plonk file (aka bozo bin). Quick filter (type in a regex and only articles whose subject/author match it will be shown). Score file for advanced filtering. Support for multiple servers/identities. Subscribed groups can be organized into categories.
Remappable keyboard. Binaries handling (mime, base64, uuencode and so on). Optional header and article caching; plus: folders for permanent archival and more. Subscribed newsgroups can be organized in folders for easy navigation.
Xnews also offers header caching, permanent archival of messages and support for binary attachments. Following are the useful tips of Xnews: We are often confused or annoyed by Xnews opening an article or thread when we click on the subject. The solution is simple: Do not click on the subject! Instead, click in any of the other columns, like From or Date or Lines. To decode yEnc files, make sure we are using the latest Xnews version. yEnc files should decode transparently (we do not need to do anything special). To install/update Xnews, just unzip all files into a directory of our choice. It is safe to overwrite everything. All our data/settings will remain intact. Look at Special | Keyboard mapping. We may find commands we did not know of! Use the queue, Luke! To decode several binaries, we have to first queue them by pressing space or click on the Q column. Then, hit F4 (decode).
Overall, Xnews has a friendly and easy-to-use interface and we can read news by simply few clicks. This means we can save lot of our precious time and money. This is a very nice, easy to use and full-functions Usenet newsreader. The developer of this software wanted to ensure ease of use for the average home user with its simple, clean, great looking interface, but included features for even the most demanding, experienced users. It is an ideal solution for web fans.
Xnews is a news reader that is 100% GNKSA 2.0 (Good Net Keeping Seal of Approval) compliant. It comes with many useful features, including Plonk file (aka bozo bin), quick and advanced filtering options, support for multiple servers, remappable keyboard and more. Subscribed newsgroups can be organized in folders for easy navigation. Xnews also offers header caching, permanent archival of messages and support for binary attachments.
The license of this software is Free Trial Software, you can free download and get a free trial.