Marc Mennigmann releases Navigator Enhancer v1.3 as freeware

Iserlohn, Germany — July 04, 1998 — Marc Mennigmann today announced the
release of the freeware version 1.3 of Navigator Enhancer, an editor for
Netscape Navigator’s directory buttons.

What is Navigator Enhancer?
Navigator Enhancer is an application that works with Netscape Navigator 3.x
and under by adding a handy new feature. When Netscape designed its
first-generation browsers, it included a layer of directory buttons
pointing to services that varied depending on where and how you obtained
the browser. The only problem is that Netscape didn’t give users a way to
edit the title and destinations of those buttons, and most of the time the
buttons remained hidden and useless. Navigator Enhancer allows you to edit
this information, so you can substitute your favorite Web pages and
services for the ones supplied by Netscape. A word of caution, though: make
sure you’ve exited your browser and made a backup copy of your browser
before using this application.

Navigator Enhancer is now distributed as freeware. It is available from
Marc Mennigmann’s web site and all major Macintosh shareware archives and
ftp sites. Version 1.3 does not add new features to the software. It just
changes it status from shareware to freeware.

System Requirements: Any Apple Macintosh or clone with at least a 68020 CPU
running MacOS System 7.1 or later. Netscape Navigator 2.x or 3.x.

Navigator Enhancer 1.3 is available now, and may be downloaded through:


The filesize is about 580KB.

About Marc Mennigmann
Marc Mennigmann is the author of a number of well-received products,
including the reminder application “Recall” and “THE BLOCK”, a powerful
password protection system for computers running the MacOS.

Contact Information: Marc Mennigmann ( – Press Contact
( – World Wide Web ( –
Phone and FAX contact is not available.