OOPS, Quero's URL is:
I should mention that under Quero's "Options/Appearance" is an option to
suppress the favorites button. This allows one to have a one-line header if
you don't want tabbed browsing. The menu toolbar, which has all of the
other stuff you might need can be de-selected, but can be temporarily
invoked by pressing the Alt key -- then automatically returns to its
suppressed state after the next key stroke.
"bobster" <email@example.com> wrote in message
I agree with the other posters. Quero is your best bet for customizing IE8
the way you want it.
If you don't want/need tabbed browsing, Quero can get you down to two and
possibly one bar. Contact Viktor Krammer at Quero. He is the developer of
the Quero toolbar and will be happy to answer your questions (via email) and
guide you toward your minimalist goal. I have been using Quero for several
years and wouldn't be without it.
"MrJ" <MrJ@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
on IE6 I had my menus, commands, & address window all on the same bar. Why
can't I do that with IE8? why is there a 'favorites' button next to my tabs
(even with fav bar disabled) when i have a drop-down favorites list from the
menu bar anyway? ...& why do I need a search window when my home page is a
too much redundant crap that I cant turn off.
I want to get rid of the favorites button, the search box, & put the rest on
a single bar... I'd go back to IE6, but Vista wont allow me to view or
remove installed MS prgs like XP did.