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List of Internet Explorer add-ons

This is a list of add-ons for Internet Explorer. They are to be used in conjunction with Internet Explorer, and not alone, as they depend on services provided by the browser, or its accompanying Windows RSS Platform.


Name Manufacturer/Maintainer Description Compatible IE version Screenshot
Adblock Plus Wladimir Palant / Eyeo GmbH Ad-blocking 6+ [1][2]
Advanced searchbar Advanced Search Technologies, Inc. Search, ad-blocking, spell checking, and auto login 6, 7, 8
Affine Maurice Calvert Hide unwanted sites from search engine results 6, 7
Data Toolbar DataTool Services Data Recognition and Extraction 6, 7, 8
FeedsPlus Microsoft Feeds aggregation and notification 7
Gofor-It for Internet Explorer SBS Development Ltd Adds ability to use selection-based web search 6, 7, 8
IE Developer toolbar Microsoft Web page design and debugging 6, 7
IE7pro Daniel Fang Tabbed browsing enhancements, ad blocking, user scripts 6, 7, 8
LuckyTabSave LuckywarePro Saves browsing session into file 8
Mouse Gestures for Internet Explorer Ralph Hare Adds ability to use mouse gestures 6, 7, 8
MSFeedIcon Wictor Wilén Feeds notification and aggregation 7
Quero Viktor Krammer Navigation bar replacement with integrated ad blocker 6, 7
Simple Adblock Simple Adblock Ad-blocking 6, 7, 8, 9
Ghostery Evidon Privacy 9
Speckie Versoworks Spell checker 9
Turn Off the Lights Stefan vd Obscures or masks content other than a running video 6, 7, 8, 9


Name Manufacturer/Maintainer Description Compatible IE version Screenshot
Maxthon Browser, uses Trident layout engine. 6, 7
AOL Explorer AOL Browser, uses Trident layout engine. 6, 7
Avant Browser Avant Force Browser, uses Trident layout engine. 6, 7

See also


  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ [2]

External links

  • Official Internet Explorer Add-on site
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