IEToggle

IEToggle lets you set a hotkey or click an icon in the System Tray to either open, or immediately locate and pop to the forefront, any already-open page(s) of a specified Web site/application running in Internet Explorer. You can have multiple IEToggle instances running at once - each for a different Web site/application. And if you have multiple Internet Explorer sessions open with pages from the same site/application, IEToggle will flip between them, with each press of hotkey/click of icon. IEToggle was created for a large Australian telecommunications company - where it is employed by Front Of House staff who use a variety of Web based applications through the day. It has been shown to improve productivity in such Contact Centre environments, but is equally valuable for anyone who welcomes the use of shortcuts, and easier ways of navigating about their applications.
LicenseFree
File Size330.3 kB
Version1.1.4
Operating System Windows Windows XP Windows 2000 Windows NT
System RequirementsWindows NT/2000/XP

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