WBI stands between your browser and the web, acting on your behalf to transform the web into a resource that works the way you want it to. For instance, WBI can annotate web pages before you see them to highlight text that might be of particular interest or to add hyperlinks to related pages that you or others have seen.
HTTP and MIME header parsing and storage.
Use of character streams instead of byte streams for character data.
Use of objects instead of byte streams for certain kinds of data.
Simplified handling of request rejection by Megs.
New classes for handling HTTP Cookie and Set-Cookie headers.