IE7Pro

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by CyberWorm, Apr 27, 2010.

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  1. CyberWorm

    CyberWorm Registered Member

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    I am consindering installing this IE7Pro addon to stop annoying popups which other toolbar can't stop. Is it any good?

    Win7.64 IE8
     
  2. FanJ

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    Hi,

    To add to your question here is one other question and a comment.

    First of all, I have never used it so I have no knowledge about it.

    The link for IE7Pro is here:
    http://www.ie7pro.com/

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    My own question for those in the know:
    Does it work (without issues) on IE8? And on XP-home SP3?

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    OZO posted a thread at DSLR here about IE7Pro installing a toolbar and a fix for it.
     
  3. acuariano

    acuariano Registered Member

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    try simple adblock and or privoxy
     
  4. Greg S

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    Not very well in my opinion, at least not for me. I had it installed in XP with IE7. I updated to IE8 and had a few problems with it. Parts of it seemed to work OK and if I remember right, the adblocking part and the grease monkey scripting part worked decent. All of the mouse gesture parts of it had to be disabled because it would crash IE8 when visiting certain tech sites that made extensive use of scripting for menus. Anywho, I abandoned it and settled on Simple Adblock along with InPrivateFiltering. Before settling on the latter two, I did try one called AdBlock Pro for ad blocking which is a pay product after the trial. I really liked it but the GUI was kinda buggy.
     
  5. abu shofwan

    abu shofwan Registered Member

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    I'm using both with no issues so far (IE8|XP Pro SP3) :D

    IE7Pro forum seems dead already.
     
  6. CyberWorm

    CyberWorm Registered Member

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    I'll give AdblockIE a try then and see how I get on with that.
     
  7. CiX

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    Yeah, IE7 Pro is no longer supported anymore :(
     
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