Neptune: Embed Internet Explorer functionality in non-IE browser, Opera, Firefox, Safari

There’re many websites, which are optimized to run on Internet Explorer only, like almost every site of Microsoft is optimized for IE, but you don’t use IE, what would you do to open these websites? Surely, you need to fireup IE. It’s no more required. Now you can use Neptune, a small plugin that embed […]

There’re many websites, which are optimized to run on Internet Explorer only, like almost every site of Microsoft is optimized for IE, but you don’t use IE, what would you do to open these websites? Surely, you need to fireup IE. It’s no more required. Now you can use Neptune, a small plugin that embed full internet explorer functionality in non-IE browsers running on Windows based platform. In other words, Neptune can be thought of as gateway through which to launch Windows and Internet Explorer-specific web content from non-IE browsers.

  1. Download free Neptue plugin, close Opera, and click Neptue executable file.
  2. Now we need to copy the plugin into the Opera directory. Here’s where you will find the plugin that you need to copy (in the default installation directory):
    C:\Program Files\MeadCo Neptune\npmeadax.dll
  3. Once you’ve copied the plugin go ahead and paste it into this location:
    C:\Program Files\Opera\program\plugins
  4. Next you'll need to add a button to your browser toolbar to let you open a window using the IE rendering engine. You can find several buttons at OperaWiki. Just drag the button with the function you want to your toolbar. Make sure to drag it to the "Main bar" and not your "Personal bar." Because these bookmarklets use Javascript, if you put them in the Personal bar, they'll be converted into bookmarks that don't really do much of anything.

Source:→ Opera Watch | Download Squad

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