IE7Pro 2 Lets You Pause and Resume Downloads

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Description

The very popular Internet Explorer add-on, IE7Pro, has just released a big update. The new IE7Pro 2 offers many new features, most notably, a download manager! The download manager displays your downloads in a separate window, similar to Firefox, but the IE7Pro 2 download manager also offers a "Pause" option to start and stop your downloads. The download manager stays in the system tray, and by default, is always running (although you can change this setting). Even if your browser is closed, the download manager will continue to download the files you requested. You can even pause your downloads, shut down your computer, then resume them next time you boot up and go online!

Other new features in the update are increased stability, 64-bit support, and the addition of a hotkey (CTRL+M) to minimize IE windows to tray icon. Of course, all of IE7 Pro's great features remain, which include Tabbed Browsing Management, Spell Check, Inline Search, Auto Fill Form, Super Drag Drop, Crash Recovery, Proxy Switcher, Mouse Gesture, Tab History Browser, Web Accelerator, User Agent Switcher, Webpage Capturer, AD Blocker, Flash Block, Greasemonkey like User Scripts platform, User Plug-ins, MiniDM, Google sponsored search and more.

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    Catto

    Hey Now Sarah,

    I'm a big fan of IE7Pro, & have installed the latest update. I wasn't a fan of the MDM mini download manager though. It seemed when I was downloading & opening files I had to click open 2x which I didn't like so I unchecked the box in the modules section in the preferences window. Another thing I had to adjust is when I installed this version my default search engine was switched to IE7Pro search with I wanted my default search engine to be google. This is still one of my favorite IE addins & still love the mouse gestures & super drag drop & spell check.

    Thx 4 the info,

    Catto

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    Catto

    Hey Now Sarah,

    I'm a big fan of IE7Pro, & have installed the latest update. I wasn't a fan of the MDM mini download manager though. It seemed when I was downloading & opening files I had to click open 2x which I didn't like so I unchecked the box in the modules section in the preferences window. Another thing I had to adjust is when I installed this version my default search engine was switched to IE7Pro search with I wanted my default search engine to be google. This is still one of my favorite IE addins & still love the mouse gestures & super drag drop & spell check.

    Thx 4 the info,

    Catto

  • User profile image
    Catto

    Hey Now Sarah,

    I'm a big fan of IE7Pro, & have installed the latest update. I wasn't a fan of the MDM mini download manager though. It seemed when I was downloading & opening files I had to click open 2x which I didn't like so I unchecked the box in the modules section in the preferences window. Another thing I had to adjust is when I installed this version my default search engine was switched to IE7Pro search with I wanted my default search engine to be google. This is still one of my favorite IE addins & still love the mouse gestures & super drag drop & spell check.

    Thx 4 the info,

    Catto

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    quikboy

    Agree with Catto. I didn't really like the download manager that much. Usually I just download something, and let it run on it's own. No need to bother with doing multiple downloads, or saving it for later.

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    quikboy

    Agree with Catto. I didn't really like the download manager that much. Usually I just download something, and let it run on it's own. No need to bother with doing multiple downloads, or saving it for later.

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    quikboy

    Agree with Catto. I didn't really like the download manager that much. Usually I just download something, and let it run on it's own. No need to bother with doing multiple downloads, or saving it for later.

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