The Zac Browser

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Jun 5, 2008 • References: boston
A software developer with an autistic grandson was frustrated with the difficulty of utilizing the valuable stuff on the web. As a result, he designed a new browser which he is now making available for free to the public. The Zac Browser, named after his grandson, makes it simple to maneuver the mouse by disabling the right click button. In addition, the browser limits access to material the developer thought unnecessary, such as violent or sexual content. The emphasis is on stories, music and games. Stats for Web Browers for Autistic Kids Trending: Older & Average
Research: 3,425 clicks in 416 w
Interest: > 3 minutes
Concept: Web Browers For Autistic Kids
Related: 49 examples / 38 photos
Segment: Neutral, 0-55+
Comparison Set: 18 similar articles, including: female veteran clothing collections, turbocharged concept cars, and direct travel booking perks.