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    Wanna-be Apple nut silver trophy M. Johansson's Avatar
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    You must download NetCaptor now. Seriosly, download it now. This minute.

    This is the best thing ever. Stop reading this and go to this link and start downloading:

    http://www.netcaptor.com/

    It's only 800k, so there is no excuse.

    I'm downstruck. It is just too perfect. Netcaptor is simply an extension of the IE interface that is SO wonderfully well designed that you almost cannot belive it. Tabs, groups, aliases, groups, you name it. And it's all so well implemented it's almost scary.

    Mozilla, Opera and standard IE can go to heck for all I care - I'm now married to Netcaptor.
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    SitePoint Wizard Crowe's Avatar
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    I've been using NC for a couple of years now and I *love* it as well.

    It still has a few bugs - mainly dealing with pop up windows.

    But since I tend to browse 20-30 pages at once when I'm surfing, I couldn't use anything else. The only thing that comes close is Opera and since I hate the way Opera handles CSS among other things I tend not to use it.

    I highly suggest you grab NC as well if you are a power surfer
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    BoOm-Rocka! Smarky's Avatar
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    Netcaptor is okay, but it is starting to get allot more competition from other IE tabbed Shell browsers.

    MyIe2 is a great free alternative you can get it here http://myie2.yeah.net/ It also supports IE toolbars such as the Google bar, something that other shells such as NetCaptor do not.

    MyIe2 is gonna rock
    Garlic bread, I've tasted it, it's the future

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    I've been using MyIE for a while. I like it best of all the IE interfaces that I've tried. I particularly like the password handling..saving them with keyboard commands so that they're there, but don't get filled in until you alt/q. The text collector also comes in handy. It doesn't handle pop-ups quite as elegantly as Mozilla, but it's better than many others.

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    BoOm-Rocka! Smarky's Avatar
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    Have you used the latest version of MyIe2? It's got a feature called "best favorites", it's like a second level of favorites just for the best sites. It's really good if you have allot of favorites so you can set the daily clicks as the "best favorites" for easy access without searching your favorites for them.
    Garlic bread, I've tasted it, it's the future

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    YOu know, I just realized you're way ahead of me. I'm using MyIE. You're talking about a whole other version - MyIE2. Needless to say I'm on my way to download that and try it out right now.


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