Automatically send HTML links from specified hostnames to the Internet Explorer browser without copy and paste them.
This extension helps you to transfer links between your browser and Microsoft's Internet Explorer. The extension supports four different approaches to transfer links:
1) You can right-click on a link and choose "Send to IE".
2) You can press the browser action button to send the current page to IE.
3) you can configure left-click plus a modifier to send the link to IE.
4) you can configure hostnames to be sent to IE with a left-click (no modifier is needed).
This extension supports managed storage so a domain administrator can configure all computers on a single network to open a particular website in Microsoft's Internet Explorer without the need to modify each machine separately.
This extension uses a native client to be able to run OS-level commands. The native client is writing in JavaSvcript and uses an official NodeJS as its compiler. You need to install this native client for the extension to be able to communicate with Microsoft's Internet Explorer. This native client at this moment does not work on Chrome OS.
IE is a trademark of Microsoft Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. This extension is an independent project and has no relationship to the IE development team or Microsoft Inc.