Complete Graphical Interface Solution for New Internet Users

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Complete Graphical Interface Solution for New Internet Users


NOTIS Systems, Inc., has introduced WinGopher Complete. Available this month, desktop graphical interface package gives PC users, at all levels of computer experience, everything they need to easily connect to and navigate the Internet.

WinGopher Complete includes all the software that automatically connects a PC to the Internet. The package includes the graphical interface application, WinGopher, as well as the tools necessary to link users to the Internet from home, work, or school. To simplify the start-up process for new Internet users, thirty minutes free service with an access provider is also included in the package. No prior Internet experience is required.

"Most people perceive the Internet to be a rich source of information, but they are still daunted by its complexity," said John Kolman, vice president at NOTIS Systems. "By providing a complete and easy-to-use package for users to search for information, we will enable a wider population to draw upon the Internet's resources. Regardless of their computer experience, information seekers will be able to successfully connect to and search the Internet using WinGopher Complete."

NOTIS Systems was one of the first vendors to develop a graphical user interface for the Internet. WinGopher, released in November 1993, is a Microsoft Windows-based front end to Gopher, the University of Minnesota's Internet protocol product. There are over 1,400 Gopher servers worldwide, offering a vast array of information from the complete NAFTA treaty to the Commerce Business Daily. NOTIS Systems' WinGopher makes navigating the internet much simpler with its point and click features, graphical user interface and enchanced bookmark feature. …

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