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How to add "open link in IE32" to context menu?

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April 17, 2011 4:39:17 PM

Just had this idea today.

First off, I love IE. I don't want Chrome/Firefox/Safari/whatever!

My ONLY complaint with IE64 is Adobe's lazyness in creating a 64-bit flash plugin.

I hate surfing around using IE64 and having to copy a link, open IE32, and paste it.

It would be awesome to add "open link in IE32" to the right click menu.

I'm sure this is something a programmer would easily know how to do but I have no idea! :lol: 
April 19, 2011 1:56:08 AM

So why not just use the 32bit version of IE all the time?
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April 19, 2011 11:47:03 AM

IE32 is nowhere near as fast as IE64!
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April 19, 2011 1:03:01 PM

Meh! Your internet speed will affect the performance far more than whatever browser you are using. :) 

Ironically what you are looking for is far more likely to be done in Firefox rather than IE. It's a completely desirable feature though. I have to do the same using 64bit Firefox (Minefield) and 32bit IE.
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