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Windows 7: Add-On Feature: Social Networking Made Easier with IE8

17 Apr 2010   #1
Capt.Jack Sparrow

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Add-On Feature: Social Networking Made Easier with IE8

Calling all social (networking) butterflies! Are you a Facebook fanatic or perhaps you simply can’t stop chatting away on Windows Live Messenger? If so, then the team at The Blue E blog might just become your new best friend; for we have a few well known secrets we’d like to share….

If like the team here you are constantly busy at work but still want to stay connected via Facebook then why not download our free Web Slice. Keep up to date with your Facebook account, change your status or see what your friends are doing right now! And the best bit? This is all possible without leaving your current page in Internet Explorer. No longer will you need to worry about your boss leaning over your shoulder! Check it out here Facebook Web Slice - Add-ons Gallery

But Facebook isn’t enough for a good chatter. If like us, Messenger is where the action is for you, then why not bring Messenger wherever you go on the web! This accelerator allows you to share with your friends using the Windows Live Messenger library Windows Live Messenger Accelerator - Add-ons Gallery

Remember, the Internet Explorer team cannot be held responsible for loss of productivity during working hours…

Source: Add-On Feature: Social Networking Made Easier with IE8 Add-Ons | Internet Explorer 8 - The Blue E blog

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