JavaScript and Browsers

How much does it cost?
It costs $2,011.00 (same as the current year).
If you live in Australia or the USA you pay in your own currency. There is a special offer in November.

What do I get for my money?

Can I get it elsewhere for less?

Where is the money coming from?
Short answer- Business. Web browsers.
It is complicated.
In fact inflation increases the value if some property. The value is set by the laws of supply and demand at auction, where people bid for the property they want. When you have a patent it is a virtual monopoly, but that does not mean you can charge what you like for your product. Want to know more?

What does it do?

What does a browser do?
What does a JavaScript timing system do?
What is a mouse?

How do I pay?
You can pay directly to my bank account.

Can I make money with your software?
Apart from using the internet you can sell software (browsers) to your friends for commission.

Is there a money back guarantee?
You will need to read the License Agreement.
This is based on the BitCom License Agreement.
You can trial the product free for 30 days.
It costs nothing to download a browser.  HERE 

Q. If Brendon Eich wrote and owns JavaScript (for Netscape), and is CEO of Mozilla, why is JavaScript owned by Sun Microsystems, which Oracle is trying to take over, when in fact Sun is China's oldest company and is owned by Dragon?

See my web site  HERE 

The Chinese Mandarin word for SUN is in the banner at the top of this page. It is registered in India.
The browser however is no good without Microsoft's driver software for Smart.drv etc (originally written for DOS-5.
See  the javascriptkit FAQ page  HERE 
 See the javascriptkit tutorials      HERE 
Get free javascriptkit scripts          HERE 
For more see:

What is BitCom?
BitCom was the supplier of software for digital modems. Read all about BitCom here:

Do I need anything else to connect to the internet?

How do we know this is not a scam?

What part of the browser does Microsoft own?
Well,  none of it.

History of browser wars
From the DOS 5 Manual

  Community Chest





What is the difference between this game and real monopoly?

Which is real, and which is a game?


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