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Easynews Launches New Web-based Usenet Search Interface
Oct 28, 2010 (02:10 PM EDT)
PHOENIX, Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- EASYNEWS.COM, the world's original and one-of-a-kind browser-based Usenet newsgroup provider, today announced the launch of its brand new web-based Usenet search interface.
This new interface is much more than just a shiny new coat of paint: it's a cleaner, faster, more effective search tool. It provides easier searches and displays search results in a familiar and user-friendly thumbnail gallery-style format to easily preview files before downloading. Additional advanced search options allow users to quickly sort through posts on Easynews' 100,000+ newsgroups using a variety of criteria, giving users more flexibility and control over their Usenet experience. Easynews also has an upgraded zip manager that gives users the ability to setup a zip queue for marking files you want to download later.
Easynews Usenet features include: 650 days of binary retention, secure 256-bit encrypted access via SSL, and a mind blowing unlimited simultaneous connections. Easynews Big Gig plan users will enjoy free Unlimited NNTP while other subscription plans have the option to upgrade to unlimited traditional NNTP access for an additional $9.95 per month.
Additional Easynews service enhancements such as PayPal support, text group filters and support for mobile browsing and zip queue management will continue to be introduced over the coming months to further expand the overall Easynews offerings.
Easynews is the most versatile and flexible Usenet provider in the world, offering a unique, simple, easy, user friendly and proprietary browser-based interface that eliminates the need for any third-party newsreader client software installation. Subscribers are able to search, preview and download files directly from their favorite web browser from any location in the world. With over 15 years of service and expertise, Easynews continues to provide premium and all-inclusive web based Usenet access to users worldwide.