Hello. I have a question.
I may be a little premature, but as we know, Internet Explorer 9 is more designed around Google Chrome and Opera with a more streamlined graphical interface. I have my personal (+) and (-) about it like anyone else. One thing I have to say that the search box with your favorite default search engine in the upper right hand corner is gone now. Awe! I am not happy! :-( Yes, I know you now use the Address Bar to do your searches.
My question: Does anyone have an add-on that you can install into IE9 that adds, say a toolbar-like row for searches much like in IE8. NOW, I am NOT saying the TYPICAL toolbar like Google's or Yahoo's that I can go out and install it right now. I’m saying a more integrated software program toolbar so-to-speak as part of the IE9 that you can select your favorite search engine provider much in the same way the search box does in IE7 and IE8. Follow? It would be not propritory toolbar from the search engine, but developed from a 3rd party programmer or company instead to select your own default search engine provider.
Why? I like to have a list of the search terms so I know what I have used to get the search results I want. Once the full web address comes up, you lose the search term; sort of. Yes, it is still there, but if you cannot remember what you typed already for your searches, you're stuck! Normally, it stayed in IE8 search box.
Just maybe there is one out there RIGHT NOW that you can add right along that works with IE8 and is or most likely compatible or will work with the new IE9 too?
I have Windows 7 Pro x64 and x32.
If not, here is something for you programmers out there to develop!!!