You know the feeling. You've installed an Internet Explorer add-on or two, kept some, uninstalled the rest, and now... Something's not quite right. You've extra options on your right-click menu that don't belong. Buttons on your toolbar left over from the unwanted applications. Or maybe the default Search options don't work any more.
The Browser Extension Manager can help you take back control, fix these and many other common problems.
Here are some key features of "Browser Extension Manager":
· Selectively disable ActiveX Controls. Some ActiveX controls can be a security risk, but do you really want to disable all of them? No? Then use Browser Extension Manager to kill the offending control only -- it's much easier than the manual method.
· Remove Internet Explorer branding. Get rid of those annoying graphics and window captions - on Outlook Express, too.
· Delete right-click Context Menu entries. If that browser add-on left some menu entries behind, remove them easily here.
· Dispose of Browser Extensions. Browser helpers, search hooks, Explorer bars - just delete the ones you don't need.