The Ultimate Fusker Software!
Now supporting VIDEO and FRAMES as well as images!!!
Please read the system requirements first before downloading the installation file. If you are not sure Image Surfer Pro will work on your system or if you will like it, try the Free Edition first to be sure.
Both the Free and Registered Editions have the same system requirements.
Supported OS: All versions of WindowsXP, Vista, Windows7, Windows8.x, and Windows10.
Supported Platforms: Both 32bit and 64bit versions of Windows OS.
Supported 32Bit Browser: Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11
Supported 64Bit Browser: Internet Explorer 8, 9, 10, and 11
Protected Mode & User Access Control: 32bit & 64bit versions of Vista, Windows7, Windows8.x, and Windows10.
Enhanced Protected Mode: Windows7 (32bit & 64bit), Windows8 (32bit only), and Windows10 (32bit only).
Latest Version: 03.01
Use the Download Now button to download the Free Edition of Image Surfer Pro immediately.
When you register, an email will be sent to you with a confirmation number and download instructions.
If you have already registered and received your confirmation key or recently received notice that a new version was released and you qualified for a free upgrade, use this link to enter your credentials and download Image Surfer Pro.
There are two editions of Image Surfer Pro. The Free Edition functionality is quite limited when it comes to building your own fusker collections and displaying videos and frames, but it does allow you to determine if the tool is of interest to you at zero cost and serves as a way of basically viewing fusker collections created by the Registered Edition.
|Creating A Fusker Collection||Image Surfer Pro Fusker Collection Files can be saved, shared, emailed, posted, downloaded, just as any other data file.|
|Open A Fusker Collection||Both versions can read files created by each other of the same or lesser release|
|Saving A Fusker Collection||Both versions save ISP Collection files in the same format|
|IE Copy Image URL||The IE image context menu extension is in both editions|
|Tool Configuration||The same configuration options exist in both editions|
|Multiple Fusks Per Segment||Split and Rollup are available in both editions|
|Tube Site Embed Code||The URL Capture bar supports parsing the Embed Code obtained from popular Tube Sites to add a frame to the fusker collection in both versions.|
|Viewing Fusker Collections||The same viewing options exist in both editions (though viewing videos and frames is limited in the free version)|
|Video (MP4)||Video segments are fully supported, however, when displaying a video the free version limits the size, limits the controls, and places an overlay in front of the video.|
|Frame Video||Frame segments are fully supported, however, when displaying a frame the free version limits the size, limits the controls, and places an overlay in front of the frame.|
|ISP Forms||The free edition will only pull out the first 20 images and 2 videos and/or frames and does not create Image Surfer Pro forms|
|Auto Adding Content||The free edition limits the number of times you can use or the URL Capture Bar in a browsing session to 5|
|Manually Editing Information||Only the registered edition can create or edit List fusked segments|
|Free Hosted Gallery Processer||Free Hosted Gallery processing is only operational in the registered edition|
|Directed Media Search||A directed media search of multiple pages requires an Image Surfer Pro Form and is only available in the registered edition|
Only the registered edition allows you to use the Segment Organizer
to change the order of subdirectories.
|Manually Adding Tree Branches||
Only the registered edition allows you to manually add directories
and files to your fusker collections - though delete works in both editions
Only the registered edition allows you use the Cut / Copy / Paste
|Merging Fusker Collection Files||The free edition does not support merging fusker collection files|
|Grabbing Media Files||Only the registered edition allows you to grab images and videos|
Both the free and registered versions of Image Surfer Pro include full support for User Access Control (UAC) and Protected Mode operation in Windows Vista, Windows7, and Windows8.x with IE8 or later installed. surf anywhere with your basic security suite enabled.
Enhanced Protected Mode is not supported in IE10 or IE11 on 64bit Windows8.x or Windows10 due to a conflict in the latest versions of Windows application containers which prevent IE from displaying a page from the local hard drive in a window previously viewing a page from the internet. Please review the information about disabling Enhanced Protected Mode and the associated risks.
On 64 Bit Windows operating systems, Image Surfer Pro Installation includes both the 64 Bit and 32 Bit installation allowing you to surf with either version of Internet Explorer, or both at the same time. User configuration is shared between both, making sure your configuration is always consistent.
All tutorials on this site assume you are using IE11. Image Surfer Pro works identically on IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10, and IE11 - however, access to the "Extension Toolbars" is slightly different on each.
Windows8.x originally shipped with IE10 and now with IE11. IE10/11 greatly change your browsing experience. The so called "Metro" version of IE10 or IE11 is primarily designed for use with tablets and touch screens and does not support extension bars or other typical IE extensions. When accessing the web through the Internet Explorer "tile" from the "start page" you are using IE-Metro and will have no access to Image Surfer Pro (or any other extension).
To access Image Surfer Pro with Windows8 and IE10/11 you will need to utilize Internet Explorer from the Desktop. The Windows8.x Desktop area provides a more familiar interface and IE10/11 running in this mode do support extension bars and other typical extensions.
Windows10 ships with Internet Edge as the default web browser. Edge does not yet support any add-ons. This includes Image Surfer Pro. However, Internet Explorer11 is also shipped with Windows10. Simply search for the Internet Explorer application and use it instead of Edge. For ease of use, we suggest pinning IE next to Edge on the windows task bar.
64Bit IE10/11 on Windows8/10 is considerably different from 64Bit IE9 on Windows7. To support 64bit browsing previously there was a different Internet Explorer executable. Each executable utilized a different set of windows registry settings to access their extensions and effectively ran separately. IE10/11 handle 64bit operating systems entirely differently. There is a single Internet Explorer executable. The IE frame is always 64bit but the browser extenion windows may be running in either 32bit or 64bit. Some literature indicates you must enable Enhanced Protected Mode to assure you have a 64bit browser display area. However this no longer seems to be the case. With Enhanced Protected Mode disabled the 32bit version of Image Surfer Pro is loaded - however our testing indicates the display window still has full access to all of the memory and can display large numbers of high-resolution images not possible on in a 32bit processer.
Image Surfer Pro is not supported by Enhanced Protection Mode. This mode prevents a browser window which was previously viewing content on the Internet to load content from your hard drive. Unfortunately this prevents Image Surfer Pro from displaying content from the fusker collection. Refer to this page if you wish to continue using Image Surfer Pro on your 64bit Windows8/10 installation..
When upgrading Windows or Internet Explorer the upgrade does not fully maintain the required windows registry settings necessary to access Image Surfer Pro. We recommend uninstalling Image Surfer Pro before upgrading to Windows and then re-installing Image Surfer Pro after your upgrade is complete.
Currently Image Surfer Pro only supports Windows operating systems and Internet Explorer. For the best experience we recommend 64bit IE11 on 64bit Windows10. Feel free to let us know your support for other operating systems and web browsers. If a sufficient number of our supporters would like us to support a different OS or web browser we will make every effort to do so.
Please send us an email (Support Mail) to report any bugs you may have encountered or provide any suggestions or feedback you feel would be helpful.
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