internet explorer extensions

QTranslator – added 4/17/2009

QTranslator allows Windows Internet Explorer users to highlight foreign text and translate it to English using the selection’s right-click context menu.

IECopySelectedLinks – added 2/26/2009

IECopySelectedLinks is an Internet Explorer add-on that enables you to copy all selected links (URLs) into clipboard at once. Tired of coping internet links one by one? Just install IECopySelectedLinks, select several hyperlinks in your browser, choose the new “Copy Selected Links” right-click menu item, and the links will be inserted into your clipboard. If nothing selected, then all the links from the web page displayed in the browser will be copied to the clipboard. Use “Copy Selected Links” with the CTRL key to get links with the text.

IESessions – added 2/26/2009

IESessions lets you store sessions for Internet Explorer browser at Amazon S3 Service or locally. Now IESessions supports Amazon S3 Storage, Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7 browsers and serves as a convenient alternative to the Internet Explorer Favorites that can save your browser sessions for future use. If you are doing long research on the Internet and want to change your location just save sessions to a file and send it by e-mail, put it into the memory stick or export to Amazon S3 storage, and with a few clicks of the mouse you will be able to restore them instantly at any time later.

ECopySelectedLinks – added 1/20/2009

ECopySelectedLinks is an Internet Explorer add-on that enables you to copy all selected links (URLs) into clipboard at once. Tired of coping internet links one by one? Just install IECopySelectedLinks, select several hyperlinks in your browser, choose the new “Copy Selected Links” right-click menu item, and the links will be inserted into your clipboard.

ZonedOut – added 8/6/2008

ZonedOut is a no install zone manager for Internet Explorer which lets you add, delete, import, export, build whitelists and more. Manage Zone Sites at the Current User and Local Machine level with ease.

Trixie – added 5/22/2008

Trixie is to Internet Explorer as Greasemonkey is to Firefox. It lets you remix the Web via scripts. You may do this to either make it more readable, fix bugs or to even add little features to make the site more usable to you. Trixie by itself does none of this. It is just a plugin for Internet Explorer that enables executing chunks of JavaScript code and thus lets you use the Web the way you want to use it.

IEDesignMode – added 2/11/2008

IEDesignMode Adds a new menu item into the context menu of Internet Explorer that allows you to easily switch the active Internet Explorer window to design mode. When a Web page in in design mode, you can change the location of images and other objects, change the current text, paste a new text into the Web page, and so on. After you made your changes, you can easily switch back to non-design mode and/or save the modified Web page to HTML file.

IE7pro – added 1/16/2007

IE7pro is an add-on for Internet Explorer 7 which adds lots of features and extras that make your IE easier, more useful, more secure and more customizable and add things like proxy switching and agent identification.

EditURLs – added 1/12/2007

EditURLs is a Free browser tool that provides the user with the capability to edit individual URL addresses in Internet Explorer’s Address Bar. These URL addresses are also referred to as “Typed URLs”. EditURLs can can be used to delete individual URLs or for clearing all of IE’s Address Bar history.

IE History Manager – added 12/27/2006

IE History Manager is a small program that gives you the ability to manage yours Internet History. It reads all information from the history file on your computer, and displays the list of all URLs that you have visited in the last few days. IE History Manager allows you to erase these Internet tracks, including Internet Explorer’s cache, cookies, history, visited URLs, typed URLs, autocomplete memory, index.dat files.

Internet Explorer 7 Readiness Toolkit – added 12/19/2006

The Internet Explorer 7 Readiness Toolkit provides an easy way for any audience that is involved in the development, test, deployment or support of Web sites, extensions, and/or applications to prepare for Internet Explorer 7.

IE Customizer – added 10/24/2006

Techlogica IE Customizer allows you to personalize and customize Internet Explorer 6.0. This software allows you to enhance and personalize Internet Explorer 6.0 by giving you access to over 75 hidden features in an easy-to-use interface.

STG Cache Audit – added 7/13/2006

STG Cache Audit is an advanced, easy to use tool to extract information from the Internet Explorer cache. View, Export (Excel, CSV, Text and HTML) and print the cache lists.

IEButtons – added 3/25/2006

IEButtons is a simple utility that allows you to add custom buttons to the Internet Explorer toolbar. You can specify button text, CLSID, custom icon, menu text, etc.

HTML Table Extractor – added 1/17/2006

HTML Table Extractor is an add-in for Microsoft Internet Explorer(IE) allowing you to extract tables from web pages in an effective and quick manner. Add-in allows you to select tabular data online and convert it into files for Microsoft Excel without spending too much time and effort on it. Also, this Internet Explorer add-in will make it possible to find and extract data from tables into a new window or look through the HTML code of the selected table. With this add-in, you will have access to any tables on any web pages no matter if they are in the Internet or on your hard disk.

Browster – added 12/16/2005

Browster is an Internet Explorer plugin that gives the user previews of the web page found in search results, like a live preview. These prefetched thumbnails of the web page display on mouseover and saves back button clicks, removes page load delays.

EasyRead – added 10/02/2005

If you’re frustrated at Internet Explorer not allowing you to view webpages at the size you want then you’ll appreciate the EasyRead Toolbar Buttons. The EasyRead toolbar buttons allow you to magnify any HTML page as you browse the web.

ZonedOut – added 9/28/2005

Need a way to Manage Internet Explorer’s Zone’s?
If so, then ZonedOut is for you. Add, delete, import, export, build a whitelist and otherwise manage restricted, trusted and intranet zones.

PrivBar – added 9/26/2005

PrivBar is a toolbar for Explorer and Internet Explorer that shows you broadly at what user privilege level that particular instance is running.

IETab – added 9/14/2005

IETab makes your Internet Explorer browser into a tabbed browser. It is essentially a small IE toolbar plugin which saves you having to install another IE based browser just to have tabs.

Portello – added 5/17/2005

A single push of a button and this WYSIWYG editor plug-in makes your web page editable, push another button and the page is saved to the web.

EasyLogin – added 5/14/2005

The EasyLogin toolbar button for Internet Explorer allows you to log into websites using a single mouse click.

Web Accessibility Toolbar – added 5/14/2005

The Web Accessibility Toolbar has been developed to aid manual examination of web pages for a variety of aspects of accessibility. It consists of a range of functions that: identify components of a web page, facilitate the use of 3rd party online applications, simulate user experiences, and provide links to references and additional resources.

IEMate – added 4/17/2005

IEMate allows you to customize Internet Explorer without having to directly update the registry. You can use it to remove AOL, MSN or your ISP branding logo. Some of the items that can be customized include: window title bar, spinning logo, toolbar background, start page url, download directory, web page save directory and start IE in full screen mode.

IE Context Menu Toolset – added 4/17/2005

This is a set of tools which extend the right-click context menu of Internet Explorer. By simply installing these tools, your browser will have added functionality which can greatly help in debugging pages, designing sites, diagnosing form problems, tweaking design, etc.

IE Xtreme – added 4/17/2005

Use IE Extreme to block ie pop-ups, fill in web forms, remember user login data, clean the ie internet cache, clean windows recent, temp, and recycle bin. And monitor pop e-mail server for new mail, restrict specified web sites, monitor ie web activity.

IEFix – added 3/11/2005

IEFix – is a general purpose repair utility for Internet Explorer which repairs Internet Explorer by registering it’s core DLL files and reinstalls using the IE.INF file. More Information is given below. Suitable for Windows 98/ME/2000/XP systems.

A9 Toolbar – added 3/4/2005

The A9 Toolbar is loaded with features that make searching and browsing the internet easier than ever. Use the diary to leave notes on any web page, which you can later access from any computer, search the web directly from your browser, bookmarks—located on the server—so you can access them from anywhere, automatic list feature to ease search result navigation, check your browsing and search history from anywhere, highlight any term on the page, and more.

SpoofStick – added 3/4/2005

SpoofStick is a simple browser extension that helps users detect spoofed (fake) websites. SpoofStick makes it easier to spot a spoofed website by prominently displaying only the most relevant domain information.

TrustWatch Toolbar – added 3/4/2005

TrustWatch is a web site rating system that gives Internet users information on the security and trustworthiness of domains and web sites. Before you exchange sensitive information, such as providing a credit card number, personal identification information or other confidential data, TrustWatch allows you to check that the site has been verified by a trusted third party and is using appropriate safeguarding measures.

ieSpell – added 3/4/2005

ieSpell is a Internet Explorer browser extension that spell checks text input boxes on a webpage. It should come in particularly handy for users who do a lot of web-based text entry (e.g. web mails, forums, blogs, diaries).

Incredi IE Manager – added 3/4/2005

Incredi IE Manager – Add features to Internet Explorer with this program: pop-up blocker,spell checker,maintain favorites,security features,clean temporary internet files,new window maximizer and more.

CacheSentry – added 3/4/2005

This is a program that fixes serious bugs in the Internet Explorer cache manager (versions 3.0 on up through and including Internet Explorer for Windows XP, and IE6). CacheSentry simply does a better job of removing files from the cache, and fixes a few other bugs present in most versions of Internet Explorer.

Sandboxie – added 3/4/2005

Sandboxie lets you browse the web without leaving traces on your computer. When you use Sandboxie to protect your browsing session, it catches all these changes just as Internet Explorer is about to apply them into your computer system. Sandboxie does record these changes on behalf of Internet Explorer, but it records them in a special isolated folder, called the sandbox.

Google Toolbar – added 3/4/2005

Search the web with Google from any site, eliminate annoying pop-up ads, shop faster, and fill in forms with one click!

IEtweak – added 3/4/2005

IEtweak is designed to configure and personalize settings of Microsoft Internet Explorer browser in versions 5-6: toolbar title text, image, throbber, etc.

IE Homepage Changer – added 3/4/2005

This application was created when a request was made in the forum for software that changes Internet Explorer’s default homepage on a regular basis. Enter as many website addresses into the list as you like, set the change timer interval and then click on Enable.

BrowseTo – added 3/4/2005

BrowseTo is a little script I hacked together in order to launch highlighted text urls on a web page in a new window. I find that sometimes I will come across a unlinked URL somewhere like a email or a news article that I want to visit, but I’d rather not have to go through copying and pasting it into the browser address bar.

CopyURL – added 3/4/2005

CopyURL is a shell extension that helps you to copy different information from your Internet Shortcut files (entries in the Favorites folder or *.url files) to the clipboard. Then you can simply paste it from clipboard to your e-mails, HTML editor or other documents. It adds commands Copy URL, Copy Link and Copy Name to the shell context menu of Internet Shortcut files.