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IE7Pro 2.0

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1. Move to full modular version, Hope it will increase the stability

2. Add MiniDM as a simple replacement for IE default download window

3. Add hotkey CTRL+M to minimize IE windows to tray icon

4. 64bit version released (http://www.ie7pro.com/download.php)

5. Google sponsored search added

 

http://www.ie7pro.com/

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Hi TwistedMetal :) , I'm only using "IE7" not "IE7Pro", is IE7Pro more secure?

Slightly off topic, over the last few days when launching IE7, it starts and displays (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/ie/getitnow.mspx) instead of my home page?

I'm being prompted to get "IE7" :huh: ? However just above the links to (Take a tour & Get add-ons) it says

you are using Internet Explorer 7

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Mate Im not using it anymore. Its still not robust. Crashes, sent down my windows reliability index. Its actually the worst browser helper object Ive ever installed.

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Mate Im not using it anymore. Its still not robust. Crashes, sent down my windows reliability index. Its actually the worst browser helper object Ive ever installed.

Hi Caldor :) , do you mean "IE7Pro" add-on?

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is IE7Pro more secure?

I wouldn't call it more "secure" because the security itself is built into IE7. However; IE7Pro does have an Adblocker built in that can be customized with your own filters.

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I wouldn't call it more "secure" because the security itself is built into IE7. However; IE7Pro does have an Adblocker built in that can be customized with your own filters.

Hi Andavari :) , so unless I need the extra features of "IE7Pro" it's not really worth bothering with?

About IE7 starting and going directly to (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/ie/getitnow.mspx) should I be concerned?

Could this be happening because I have (Automatically check for Internet Explorer updates) enabled in Internet Options?

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