Microsoft FrontPage and Adobe Dreamweaver are two examples of software tools that can be used to develop websites by using markup languages like HTML. Microsoft frontpage was first created by Vermeer Technologies, Inc. before being acquired by Microsoft. Dynamic websites are mostly developed and edited using Microsoft frontpage. It is very easy to use since a developer doesn't need to be writing HTML codes before websites can be created.
On the other hand, Adobe Dreamweaver is also a software tool created by Macromedia before being acquired by Adobe Systems. Adobe Dreamweaver is the favorite website development tool for most developers. Adobe Dreamweaver has so many features compared to Microsoft frontpage, as it can be used for other scripting languages.
On the other hand, Microsoft's frontpage is mostly used by beginners, and it can only be used to develop HTML documents. Currently, there are no newer versions of Microsoft frontpage after its production was stopped in 2006. However, you can still get newer versions of Adobe Dreamweaver.