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Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Google Releases Toolbar 7 For IE


Google is bringing the speed of Google Instant to the latest version of Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer.

If you've used Instant on google.com or in Chrome, you'll be right at home with Toolbar Instant. Just start typing in the search box and search predictions and results will appear instantly as you type.

You can also type Alt+G to get to the Toolbar search box more quickly.

Toolbar Instant works on IE8 and IE9; if you're on an older browser, you can either upgrade your Internet Explorer version or try Instant in Chrome, which includes many of the same tools you're familiar with in Toolbar.

This new version of Toolbar is also simpler and cleaner. The tools that you use most will remain visible on the toolbar, while buttons that you haven?t used recently will be moved to the new "More" button.

As you discover and use particular tools that help your browsing experience, like Share or Translate, they'll automatically appear on the toolbar. This personalization is stored only on your computer, so no information is sent to Google unless your usage statistics are enabled.

Some Google Toolbar features, such as PageRank and spell check, require sharing some information with Google in order to function properly. With Google Toolbar 7, Google has made it easier for you to control your privacy settings. From a single settings menu, you can decide which of these features you'd like to enable and which ones you'd like to stay off.

Google Toolbar 7 is available in English on Google's download page and will be coming to other supported languages over the next week. If you?re already using Toolbar, you?ll automatically be updated to the new version over the next few weeks.


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