Linked by Adam S on Tue 23rd Aug 2005 19:16 UTC
Internet & Networking The last few years have seen the introduction of the concept of "extensions" in most popular web browsers. While Mozilla natively supports extensions, Opera and Safari come feature-packed and can be easily hacked via config files, and a market has cropped up around the IE engine which supports adding new functionality to your browser. In the interest of sharing a good thing, which are your favorite browser extensions?
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On IE...
by BrianH on Tue 23rd Aug 2005 20:35 UTC
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On Internet Explorer...

1. FlashGet: Because downloads still need managing after they're done downloading, and because I only think I should have to download videos once, not every time I watch them.

2. Microsoft Update: Windows and Office updating in one interface.

3. The Server 2003 "Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration": When enabled, this makes Internet Explorer safe to use. With the exception of downloading files, there is no function that this extension disables that it is safe to allow Internet Explorer to do, well ever, really.

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