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    Update ► IE7Pro 2.1

    IE7Pro - The Ultimate Add-On for Internet Explorer version 2.1 has been released. From the website:

    "Changelogs: IE7Pro v2.1 (3/3/08): 1.Change IE7Pro icon
    2.IE7Pro improved
    * User config file online backup
    * Add keyboard shortcut CTRL+SHIFT+Mouse hover over mediaplayer control to save media file(Support download Youtube/dailymotion/tudou.com/6.cn)
    * spellcheck improved
    * inline search improved
    * Crash recovery dialog changed to page
    * Last session restore automatically now
    * Open new window from address bar history
    * User can hide commandbar of IE now
    * Add support for always open popup window in new tab
    * Clear url history work under vista now
    * IE context menu add tab history
    * Two shortcut added:
    * Switch enable/disable Adblock
    * Switch enable/disable MiniDM
    3.MiniDM improved
    * Keep pressing Ctrl+Alt to click link will disable miniDM
    * MiniDM have log now
    * MiniDM support SHA1/MD5 now
    * MiniDM can ignore user defined file type.
    * MiniDM support more action on exit
    * MiniDM new fuction
    * Local time
    * User can add download task without enable main window
    * User can hide alarm window now "

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    Re: Update ► IE7Pro 2.1

    Thanks for the heads up, Joe. I will upgrade today, but I could use some clarification about MiniDM. The change log you posted says: Users can hide alarm window now. I know nothing about an alarm, what triggers it? Is there a place to configure it? Is it better to leave all downloads in place or remove the older ones? Can programs be downloaded again using MiniDM?

    I have never used a Download Manager before and therefore I am blind as a bat in daytime concerning it's uses. I suppose there's a web site someplace that will answer my concerns, would you please point me in the right direction to obtain more information? Would Goggle be the place to start?

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    Re: Update ► IE7Pro 2.1

    I don't know either. I don't use this software anymore. I've just never installed it on any of my Vista PCs. I guess I've not seen the need.

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    Re: Update ► IE7Pro 2.1

    No problem, I'll find the info. some where's, I'm sure of it.
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    Re: Update ► IE7Pro 2.1

    I located the IE7 Pro Forum, I will be able to get all my questions answered in there, I'm almost certain.
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    Re: Update ► IE7Pro 2.1

    Terrific. Good luck with that. <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Update ► IE7Pro 2.1

    I use DownloadStudio, which is Vista compatible and up-to-date. Download managers are chiefly a holdover from dial-up days (and one of them gave the lot of them a bad name by generating spam) but they are still a valid product with broadband if you download a significant number of large files, and well worth if if you use dial-up. My experience with the product mentioned above has been very favourable, for any who might like to give it a try.

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    Re: Update ► IE7Pro 2.1

    It is a virtual certainty that you have used a download manager whether you realized it or not. If you have ever downloaded an Adobe product such as (Acrobat) Reader, Adobe has its own download manager that it either installed on your computer, or tried to, and many sources of large files, such as iso files, may also use them. I ran into one today in trying to download the iso for Shadow Protect, and which conflicts with my own download manager until I get the settings right.

    This is a long-established reliable technology that is used by the big boys, it only applies to downloads, and it increases your effective bandwidth, saving time and money.

    Anyone whose communication costs are high or who does a lot of downloading might be interested.

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