IEToggle instantly retrieves and pops to forefront, the Internet Explorer browser instance(s) running a specific web site or web application, with just a single mouse click on an icon in the system tray, or a hotkey press.
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Description: 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, open page(s) of a specified web site/application running in Internet Explorer. You can toggle between all open Internet Explorer browser instances containing pages of your chosen web site/application, by repeatedly pressing the hotkey or clicking on the dedicated icon in the System Tray.
You can have multiple IEToggle instances running at once - ie multiple dedicated icons in the System Tray and/or hotkeys, each for a different web site/application. For your convenience, IEToggle comes packaged with a Multi-Instance Creator, which allows you to specify how many IEToggle instances you'd like to set up, and the application then goes and creates them, placing shortcuts to each instance under Start>Programs.
IEToggle was originally requested by 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. IEToggle 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.
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