What Google Toolbar 7 for IE Has to Offer
Article by George Norman
On 21 Apr 2011
Internet Explorer (IE) users who want easy and fast access to various Google services can get the Google Toolbar, a free application that installs in very little time. The latest version of Google Toolbar for IE is v. 7 which comes with a fresh clean look, enhanced privacy settings and the power of Toolbar Instant. Let’s take a look at all the features I mentioned.

Fresh clean look
Nobody likes a toolbar that’s cluttered with all sorts of buttons and nobody likes searching for a button that’s nowhere to be found. The nice thing about Google Toolbar 7 for IE is that the buttons that you use quite often, they will be displayed on the toolbar. The buttons that you don’t use will be hidden away under the “More” button. This way the toolbar will always display the buttons you need.

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Enhanced privacy settings
PageRank, spell check and a few other features of Google Toolbar 7 for IE need some information from you in order to function correctly. Controlling your privacy settings is easier than ever before with Google Toolbar 7 for IE. From the Privacy settings in the Settings menu you can easily turn features on and off and control your privacy.

The power of Toolbar Instant
You may already be familiar with Google Instant, the feature that displays search results as you type a query. Toolbar Instant is precisely like that – it will start showing results as you type a query. Toolbar Instant works with IE8 and IE9 and has to be enabled from the Toolbar Options.

On top of all the features presented above, Google Toolbar 7 for IE has something else to offer – enhanced performance. Google explained that the toolbar’s performance has been improved and that it is one of the fastest add-ons for Internet Explorer that does not slow down the browser.

If you would like to get Google Toolbar 7 for IE, you can download it here.
A video presentation of Google Toolbar 7 for IE is available on YouTube
here.



Tags: Google, Google Toolbar, Internet Explorer, Microsoft
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