These handy add-ons do everything from automatic spell-checking to easy image cropping and resizing
This is the first add-on we'd suggest plugging into IE9, if you haven't already been using it. Xmarks keeps your list of bookmarks (or, as Microsoft prefers to call them: "favorites") automatically synchronized across the Web browsers you use on other computers -- and this service is cross-compatible. Xmarks also has versions for Firefox and Chrome, which means it can download and update your bookmarks on any of these three browsers, keeping the list among them identical.
Xmarks requires that you sign up for a user account, but the basic version of the service is free.
- Learn how to secure your Web browsers in InfoWorld's "Web Browser Security Deep Dive" PDF guide.