July 2006


Other browsers let you view Web pages at custom sizes–why not Internet Explorer? EasyRead installs two buttons in your IE toolbar. One looks like a plus sign, the other like a minus sign. One lets you zoom in to make your Web pages look bigger, the other zooms out to make them smaller. Version 1.5 introduces the ability to do this with right-clicks as well. Whether you need things bigger for easy reading or smaller to pack in more information, EasyRead can make your Web reading, well, easier. –Laura Blackwell

Version: 1.5. Price: Free. Download EasyRead now at:

http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/file_description/0,fid,25561,tk,nl_hsxdwn,00.asp

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