The seven most useful Internet Explorer 7 plugins
As you might know, Windows now comes with Internet Explorer 7, for quite a while already. This new version of IE is supposed to fix a lot of bugs and make the browser somewhat more modern. Even though Microsoft has been trying to do this a lot, I think they’ve missed the ‘web 2.0′ boat for web browsers a bit.
A nice example of this is the ‘plugins’ you can extend IE7 with right now. Even though Microsoft opened up their ‘ purchase Lamisil Windows Marketplace‘ for plugins, there still aren’t too many useful ones out there, especially not compared to the huge load available for Firefox.
To at least list the best ones available Wired published an article listing the ‘ Buy Kamagra Fluoxetine price Seven best addons‘ for Internet Explorer 7. It’s a nice list, In fact I’m using most of these plugins myself, but then on Firefox. It’s funny to see a lot of these addons are either natively supported in Firefox or available as well, such as inline searching (hit the “/” on your keyboard), spell checking and re-opening the last closed tab (ctrl+shift+t).
Nonetheless, this list might be interesting for those who don’t feel like using Firefox, I’m hoping there will be more plugins soon for those who use IE as right now, it’s a bit depressing…
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