Atari ST/TT/Falcon Browsers
- Crystal Atari Browser (C.A.B.) v1.5 (by A.S.H.)
- One of the more popular internet browsers for the ST. Updated to
v2.7, available at ASH. This version (1.5) is capable of being run on a
1mb 1040ST. Use LHarc to open. Works great with STinG v1.26.
- HTML Browser (Germany)
- Atarians can join World Wide Web revolution by using HTML-Browser.
Browse HTML files off-line. No need to download HTML files separately.
HTML-Browser is FREEWARE. It may be copied and used freely. Distribution
to BBSs with PD libraries is allowed. HTML-Browser must remain with its
documentation intact. Read the .doc for full intructions. HTMEng93.zip is
the same as HTML093.zip but with the resource file in English and some
- CAB - STiK
- WWW v1.30/v1.31 - Internet Access Pack v1.30 by various programmers.
Contains STiK internet connectivity software and various client
programs - CAB (WWW browsing), Telnet, Antmail (E-mail prog) - an easy
installation program for STiK called SETUP and the CAB overlay file
for on-line browsing. Registration for each component is via the
specific author/registration point. This package, WWW130, basically
consists of the following parts:
* STiK, originally by Steve Adam (Australia) and now by Dan Ackerman
(USA). This does the low-level networking stuff to the Internet.
* CAB, by Alexander Clauss (Germany). The HTML/WWW browser.
* CAB.OVL, originally by Tim Newsome (USA) and now by Dan Ackerman
(USA). This is the missing link between STiK and CAB.
* Antmail, by Dan Ackerman (USA). A POP3 based E-mail
* Telnet, by Jim Baumgardner and Dan Ackerman (both USA). This is a
remote login terminal program.
* Setup, by Guy Harrison (UK). Sets up STiK for you with no hassles
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