IE7Pro – IE7 and IE6 Plugin (Say Goodbye to Firefox!)-FREE

This is a MUST HAVE plugin for all IE users. It blocks all unwanted pop-ups, ads and much more. I uninstalled my Firefox cause I dont need it anymore. Thanks to IE7Pro, now I love my IE7!!!!

IE7Pro’s Features

Enhance Internet Explorer’s Tabbed Browsing Capabilities
1. Double click to close tab.
2. Open new tab from address bar.
3. Enable/disable tab browse history manager.
4. Enable/disable crash recovery
5. Move the IE menu bar above the address bar
6. Hide search bar.
7. Modify the maxium number of parallel connections to the web server.
8. Select the external program to view page source
AD Blocker
Blocks all forms of advertising, including Flash ads, rich media, fly-ins, slide-ins, pop-ups, pop-unders, spyware and adware ads, and messenger ads.
Super Drag and Drop
With ‘Super Drag and Drop’ enabled, you can open new links by simply dragging and dropping the link on the page. You can also Drag and Drop to search selected words with the default search engine or save the selected photo when Shift is held down.
Mouse Gesture
Mouse Gesture allow the user to execute commonly performed tasks (open/close a tab, go back, go forward , print , scrolling page etc.) by drawing a simple symbol on the screen.
Crash Recovery
Crash Recovery automatically restores all opened pages after a crash happened.
Save Page to Image
Flexible and easy-to-use tool that converts html page from any URL to image. It captures the whole web page’s content into JPG, BMP , GIF , PNG or TIFF on the fly.
Quick Proxy Switcher
Different internet connections do often require completely different proxy server settings and it’s a real pain to change them manually.
Greasymonkey alike User Script
IE7Pro Script is to Internet Explorer7 as Greasemonkey is to Firefox. It lets you remix the Web via scripts

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11 Responses to “IE7Pro – IE7 and IE6 Plugin (Say Goodbye to Firefox!)-FREE”

  1. Firefox‘a alıştım bi kere vazgeçemiyorum ama günün birinde ie kullanırsam diye indirdim.Kıt İngilizcemle thank you diyorum:)

  2. Hadi hayirlisi, sen simdi giciklanip dayanamazsin…sana bir hafta veriyorum :)))

  3. no matter what FF rules..certainly the last versions

  4. Without the add-ons, Firefox is also just another ordinary browser.
    Lets not be stubborn and face it, IE improved heaps with its IE7 version. When you install IE7Pro and use it together, it is safe as FF and pleasure to use.

    But hey, thats just me! I used to be a FF user but as I said, since I installed IE7Pro, I never looked back.

    Cheers

  5. i know very much abut ie7 and i must say that i see a great improvement in it. there is and always be forte points for each browser, but the fact is that a company that releases non standard compliant browser (IE6) just to impose it’s own standard drives me to never use IE. because i am a web developer i must, but i don’t go further then testing. i might call ie7pro as a ripoff, but that is not my area.

    the “Save Page to Image” might come handy, but i really can’t find any use for it. i mean in the development area i use the printscreen function, but abut once in every 2 months (to save it effectively to a separate file).

    and “AD Blocker”. come on!!! many of the sites out there, good sites, great networks, get their money from advertising. if anyone would use the “AD Blocker” with all of the adds disabled,… well. you could say goodbye to these sites.

    “Super Drag and Drop” – what’s the point with this?… usually any program displays links as buttons.

    “Mouse Gesture”, “Crash Recovery” – ripoff, and not widely used.
    “flash blocker” to block all the flash in all the sites? i think this is why Microsoft has no flash on his site. i am generally against this. no plugin or browser should have this.

    “Quick Proxy Switcher” i bet that 80% of all the web users don’t know what a proxy is.

    but generally it is a matter of choice.

    the main reason why i am so hostile is because they pull FF as being the UNNECESSARY.
    “I uninstalled my Firefox cause I dont need it anymore.” that is not a firefox user, and was never a firefox user.

    if you have any sense honor left, you don’t install this plugin, and don’t use IE. you use FF, opera, Chrome (surprisingly good one for the firs try), your mobile phone,… but not IE with IEpro.

    if you don’t have any sense honor,
    i recommend it 100 times more then IE6.

  6. Errrr…
    I do respect your comments and opinion but what the hack honor has got to do with this?
    45% of the internet users use Firefox and 45% use the combination of IE6, IE7 and IE8. Basically, 45% of IE users have no honor? 🙂

    when writing your comment you started so well, somehow as you got in to it you lost the plot all together…calm down buddy, no need to have a heart attack for a web browser.

    Be good.

  7. He´s most probably mad at Microsoft for forcing people to use non-standard code to make their pages IE compatible. And I agree with him there (and I´m not a developer!).

    Microsoft is way behind FF anyway. Check FF 3 and also consider the amount and wide variety of plugins available. Open vs. proprietary I guess.

    Be open.

    😉

  8. so what you’re saying is that you’ve just caught up to some of the capabilities that Firefox has had for some time now? And you think you’re better than FF?

  9. Exactly, and that’s why I got rid of FF and now using IE8…

    There is one thing I don’t agree with you tho; I do not think I am better than FF, I think IE8 is better than FF.
    About the capabilities of FF, if there wasn’t the third party add-ons, I wouldn’t even touch FF by itself.

  10. ie7pro makes a problem opening folders in favourites toolbar in IE8. All links from folder are open in tabs without any other possibility 😦

  11. Hi mac,

    are you able to post a screen-shot of your problem?
    I may be looking at something else but I don’t have this problem and I am also using IE8.

    Cheers

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