Editors' reviewThis application creates a hidden toolbar of sorts for categorizing and launching your favorite sites, although its trial is unreasonably short. After installation, IeToolbox places an icon on the IE toolbar that becomes viable after a system reboot in many instances. Once opened, this tool's neat interface sits on the sidelines of your browser window. Unlike IE's traditional Favorites list, you can group your favorite URLs, Web search engines, e-mail locales, and banking and movie spots. It can store your personal-form data to quickly fill in Web forms and devise important notes to remember. You can also password-protect specific areas such as your account information. Additionally, this application can access files stored on your PC, features a calendar add-in, and lets you create more to access other areas on your system you deem important. You'll only have 10 days to check it out, but users inundated with a lengthy IE Favorites list will truly appreciate the organization this program provides.
Passwords & Notes keeper, Form Filler, File Viewer, Favorites Viewer/Searcher, and QuickLinks toolbar plug-in for Internet Explorer. IeToolbox is an ExplorerBar like the IE Search and Favorites sidebars, and hides away when not needed. IeToolbox features: Well-behaved: no adware, no spyware. Unobtrusive: no annoying 'in your face' popup windows. Secure: your passwords and notes are encrypted with strong encryption.
Now your passwords will always be 'right there' for you in IE when you need them. And IeToolbox can even fill-in the account name/user name/password automatically for you. And there is also a Notes tab where you can enter notes, such as transaction details, or anything that is important to you. You can even use it as a ToDo list. IeToolbox is also a file viewer for viewing local webpages and graphic files.