Hi all . Maybe you know NetSpider for Windows . It gives you a nice way of web browsing : you introduce your initial URL , and you get , not a conventionall page view , but simply a list of URL . You get to web pages not in the conventional graphic mode , but in a kind of URL-tree mode , so you see web pages as a list of links or URL ( NetSpider shows you both the URL of Web page and its elements , as well as the URL invoked within the web page towards other different web pages ) . You probably know what I'm talking about . It's a great way of navigation , let me explain you why . Imagine you gave an URL and you get the whole list of URLs ' towards , and from ' that web page . Now imagine you read that list , and you choose an invoked URL , calling another external web page . You click on this link ..... and you get a similar complete list of URL for that external web page . The great thing is that NetSpider doesn't empty the previous URL list ( the one of the initial web page ) for showing you the new URL list ; but it shows the new URL list of the second web page as an indented second level list , pending from the link you chose . So you see all your web navigation as a tree . I think it's fantastic , but I find a problem , and this problem is the reason of the present message . Imagine you're working with NetSpider and you give as initial URL the address " A '' . Imagine that the web page A invokes another URL , let's call it " B " , towards a second and external page web . So , when you query A , NetSpider gives you something like : A B Well . Now imagine that you click on B . And now the problems come : if B owns an invokation towards A , NetSpider shows you this : A B A You see the problem ? The solution would be that NetSpider only showed you new links or URLs just in case they're not existing yet within the present global list of links , uh ! I've tried to fiend other pieces of FREEWARE like NetSpider , that solve this problem . But I still haven't found what I'm looking for ... (me 2 .... ; P .... ) . This time , the problem is that other applications certainly generate a list of URL that avoid duplications , but they don't follow or wait for my navigation or my clicks , but theirs . I mean that all you can do is asking them things like : ' Give me all the links within this domain ' , or ' Give me all the links within three depth levels ' .... and then the program automatically extracts hundreds of URLs , even if you're not interested on them . For example : Xenu , or Intellitamper ( excellent programs ) . So the 1$ million question : Do you know any FREEWARE application , for Windows 98 , that let me surf in a URL-list-style-mode , by omitting duplications in the list of URL , and according to my clicks and my way of navigation ? Thank you very much .