WebTablet Netscape Plugin
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What is WebTablet Netscape Plugin?
WebTablet Netscape Plugin is a plugin used in a tablet device in accessing or browsing the Netscape browser. It is one of the Wacom Tablet Plugins used as a browser extension that gives supports in setting, managing and obtaining some table properties for web applications. This plugin, like the rest of Wacom Tablet Plugins, is installed with tablet driver service. This plugin is also compatible with Internet Explorer (6.0), Mozilla Firefox (3.0), Google Chrome (4.0), Opera (9.64), and Safari (3.0). It means this plugin is going to appear to windows of these web browsers.
WebTablet Netscape Plugin is installed through an explicit signed installation file, which is WacomPlugin.xpi through the package installers for tablet (Wacom Professional and Consumer) and standalone installer executables. Once installation is successful, a tablet user can browse the Internet through Netscape browser. This enables him to surf the web, email, log in to different social networking sites, share photos, upload videos or download music and videos. It would be an instant access and connection to the web which allows a user to obtain information or entertainment.
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Last updated: : October 3, 2012