GreenBrowser is a great browser alternative to IE7. As a IE7 extension, GreenBrowser can be used with IE7. GreenBrowser is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows Vista 64-bit, and Windows XP 64-bit.
User-Friendly: This IE7 browser extension provides a clean and user-friendly interface. The color of the browser toolbars is available to be modified, and you can change its color easily. You can customize all the features of the Internet Explorer, such as popup lists, control panel and address bar. You can also perform the gestures for mouse clicks and track changes.
Easy to Download and Install: The basic version of GreenBrowser is available for download and installation. The download and installation process of the extension is very simple, and the download file is just 7 MB. The download process takes less than 10 minutes, and the browser extension is installed within seconds.
Other Feature: GreenBrowser is compatible with IE7, Internet Explorer 9, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari and Opera. It also works on all editions of Windows. You can use this browser with all the installed browsers.
OS : Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows Vista 64-bit, and Windows XP 64-bit
Version : v.3.3
Architecture: x86 and x64
Completion of License : Windows Vista x64 and Windows XP x64
Internet Explorer For Linux Version 12.0.9600.16857 (x86)
Internet Explorer For Linux Version 12.0.7601.17514 (x64)
IE is the most popular web browser on Windows, and it’s the default browser for all of the versions of the Linux operating system.
As an open source project, the Linux community has taken IE and added new features to the browser and the way it works. You can use Internet Explorer for Linux like you would use Windows Internet Explorer.
Download and Install Internet Explorer For Linux
Download Internet Explorer for Linux by clicking on the link below
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SMS Web Share is a web-based screen sharing software that allows you to share your computer screen and mouse via the Internet.
Bing Desktop is a web-based desktop that delivers a web-based version of your desktop that you can access from any computer or mobile device.
xShare is a free web-based screen sharing software that allows remote and local users to share screen and control over the Internet.
Listed below are some of the other free screen sharing software or tools which have not been discussed above.
Skype and TeamViewer are the two most popular and the most established multi-platform screen sharing applications. They can also be used for remote desktop sessions as well as collaborative session such as virtual meeting and video conferencing.
Since Skype is a proprietary software, we can’t list it in this list.
TeamViewer however is free software and can be used for free remote desktop sessions.
Additionally, there is also free software such as “Google+ Hangouts” and “mosh” which are used to create highly collaborative remote desktop sessions.
Note: Some of the software listed above are actually or based on some of the open source or free software listed below.
lsof is a UNIX tool for displaying open files within a specified process.
OpenSSH is a free and open source version of the Secure Shell program. OpenSSH can be used to remotely access your SSH server or other computers on the network via the Internet. It also provides secure authentication and communications, public-key encryption, host-based message authentication and compression,
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SSH Remote Forward
Samba is a file and print server and client network operating system for Unix and Microsoft Windows networked computers.
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