Google Toolbar 7 For IE 9
I normally shy away from browser toolbars. Too many times, I see browser screens loaded down with 5 layers of toolbars at the top of the window, littering the area and reducing the size of the browser window. That’s merely an aesthetic preference, you might say, and you’d be right. More importantly, I find that often the toolbars impede the installation of office software that I support for my legal software, such as Time Matters, PC Law or Amicus Attorney.
What’s worse, they cause a malfunction of the software. Few people ever think to check the browser toolbars as the cause. Uninstall them and you may just find the cause of your troubles.
That said, if you run Windows 7, the Google Toolbar 7 for IE9 is one that I just may work with. Many users of the Google Chrome browser rave about its features, and the Google toolbar brings some of those to IE9.
The biggest feature is the Instant Search. Toolbar Instant is the true name.
If you’ve used Instant on google.com or in Chrome, you’ll enjoy it in IE9 with Toolbar Instant. Just start typing in the search box and search predictions and results will appear instantly as you type, getting you the results you want faster.
Check out the video on the Google blog: http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/google-toolbar-7cleaner-fresher-and.html