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  • Internet Explorer tips

    For IE users, here are some shortcuts to save you some time:

    http://www.seoconsultants.com/window...-shortcuts.asp

    And IE users - I strongly recommend you install the free Maxthon browser that is based on IE - http://www.maxthon.com/

    You'll never be able to go back to plain IE again!

    And while I'm at it, I've found the ability to copy web pages in Evernote (freeware - http://www.evernote.com/) to be an invaluable time-saver.

    Trisha
    http://www.GenesisLifeCoaching.com

  • #2
    Originally posted by trishacupra

    And IE users - I strongly recommend you install the free Maxthon browser that is based on IE - http://www.maxthon.com/

    You'll never be able to go back to plain IE again!



    Trisha
    http://www.GenesisLifeCoaching.com

    Why don't you try this browser and you'll never use IE again...


    http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/

    ... and a e-mail program that rocks...

    http://www.mozilla.org/products/thunderbird/

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    • #3
      Personally, I've tried FireFox and I prefer Maxthon. It's much easier to use.

      But that is only my own opinion, and I don't want to start a whole debate, because obviously some people with prefer FireFox and some will prefer others.

      Trisha

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      • #4
        I second the recommendation for Mozilla Firefox

        Plus, I would recommend the following free extensions

        Quicknote (it does the same as evernote I think, it automatically loads the highlighted text, automatically saves, and automatically remembers the location of the original source. It's such a simple tool, I never thought I would use it, but I'm using it all the time)

        ContextSearch (it allows you to highlight and right-click the text you want so you can automatically load it into your favorite search engine(s) or dictionary through the context menu)

        SpellBound (it popups a spell checker and loads the text by right-clicking on the text you want to check)

        And of course, these are not extensions, but I would recommend that anyone using FireFox learn to use its mouse gestures -- they're awesome.

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