More R-Comp goodies expected at the RISC OS Southwest ShowPublished: 8th Feb 20:12:50 | Permalink | Printable
R-Comp have today announced details of updated products which will be on sale at the forthcoming RISC OS Southwest Show this Saturday.
Firstly, the email and news suite Messenger Pro has been updated with the publication of a new manual. It now runs to 40 pages and contains tutorials on sending and reading mail, new information about filtering, scoring, setting up additional users, and many other useful hints and tips.
The manual is designed to be as approachable and as user-friendly as possible.
Secondly, the popular web browser WebsterXL has been updated to support LloydsTSB online banking, Hotmail and various online shops including Dabs and Streetsonline thanks to feedback from existing users. The update will be sent to current customers after the show.
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