Internet Explorer Pal is a system component for Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7.
￭ Deletes all cookies, database in the IE profile
￭ Displays a tooltip in the status bar, that is displayed at the top of the window, after opening the Internet Explorer, which provides information about the status of the browser and helps the user to close it (for example, you can ask a browser to show the address of the last site that you visited before closing the window)
￭ Allows you to take control over your session time
￭ Displays a small window that shows the time of the last action, thus a man in the eye of an albatross. All information is displayed in the window
￭ Displays in the status bar the URL of the last site that you visited before closing the window
￭ Displays in the status bar information about the IE version and the number of downloads made with Internet Explorer
￭ Displays in the status bar information about the network and the server to which the download is going to be transferred.
￭ Prevents you from closing Internet Explorer
￭ Allows you to check your e-mails through the mini-text editor, without having to open e-mail client
￭ Allows you to filter the Internet through an RSS reader. Clicking on “subscribe” the IE will save the filtered content
￭ Displays the URLs of the sites in the Internet that you have already visited (links) in the “most visited” windows (also in the Gmail, if you have a Gmail account)
￭ Allows you to configure through a simple configuration file, the URLs and the words that you wish to block in the Internet
￭ Allows you to open a real text editor with spell checker
￭ Allows you to use the “Stop” shortcut to stop IE or kill IE Pal (important for systems with no administrator rights)
￭ Allows you to monitor the mail box of the Gmail service and to automatically download only the headers (gives a significant performance advantage)
￭ Allows you to create a list of all the pages that have been used in the Internet (an excellent time saver)
￭ Allows you to save the picture of all pages in the Internet. It is very useful when you visit a site that lets you see a lot of images
￭ Allows you to monitor your mail boxes ( 70238732e0
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Send Wake-on-LAN packets to WOL enabled adapters across the network. Bring systems to life to perform system management routines, gather inventory information and other related tasks.
Here are some key features of “KeyMacro”:
￭ Kill Applications Without Saving Data: All applications on the remote server will be forced to close, data in memory will not be saved.
￭ Reboot After Shutdown: The remote system will reboot. If this option is not selected, the system will be shutdown and in a state to be safely powered off.
￭ Message Text: A message that will be displayed on the remote system prior to shutdown.
￭ Delay (seconds): The number of seconds to wait before beginning the shutdown process on the remote system.
￭ Retrieve MAC address prior to shutdown: Stores the MAC address of the remote system which is required to send a Wake-on-LAN packet at a later time
￭ Probes targeted system and retrieves its’ MAC address. Each MAC address is stored in the registry. The MAC address must be retrieved prior to sending WOL packets. Each time a system is probed for the MAC address, its’ information in the registry is overwritten.
￭ You must have an ATX 2.01 (or above)-compliant power supply, and an ATX motherboard with a WOL connector.
￭ You must have a WOL-compliant network card with a WOL connector. An example is the 3Com Fast Etherlink XL PCI 3C905B-TX, but not the 3Com Fast Etherlink XL PCI 3C905B-TX-NM (non-managed).
￭ Compare the WOL pin descriptions for your network card and for your motherboard. They must be identical; otherwise, your motherboard or power supply may be damaged.
￭ Your BIOS must support WOL, and the WOL option in your BIOS setup must be enabled. If you don’t see a WOL option, check the manufacturer of your motherboard for an updated BIOS.
￭ Your network card drivers must also support WOL; check with your network card manufacturer for the latest drivers.
￭ 30 days trial.
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