Sharpreader requires .NET Framework, version 2.0 or 1.1, to be installed on the PC or laptop device. Sharpreader is a type of software that collects content, like news stories or musicals about singing cats, and have the files available in one place. It is also used to check feeds and updating web resources. Sharpreader also detects and shows connections between items if they have the same link, or if there's any sort of relation between the two. The Atom format within the Sharpreader was developed as an alternative to RSS, and it is believed that the RSS had limitations and flaws. There's also another type of aggregator called content aggregator, which combines info such as news, sports, scores, local weather, from various sites and makes it easily attainable to its customers. Software developer, Luke Hutteman, wanted to make sure that the internet had a safer transition for people who are used to using Internet Explorer, or any other outdated search engine to enjoy the internet and work safely from home. By creating the Sharperader, Luke demonstrated that by creating several key features and staying on top of updates, the average joe to a freelance blogger, to just about anyone could use the world wide web, and not have to worry about their information being compromised.
Overall, having the Sharpreader installed on any Windows device, that is, at least Windows 7 or higher, can make it very easy for an average web surfer to enjoy content safely at a click of a button.
It is free and safe to download, not having to worry about malware or worms being installed on the computer.