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I want to be able to select which browser a link from a non-browser app opens in - similar to how Android handles link opening from non-browser apps.

Does anyone know of an application that sets itself as the default browser and then offers these choices?

Unfortunately something like this wouldn't be a solution for me in this case - I want it because I use all my corporate logins in Internet Explorer, and personal logins in Chrome - so I want to be able to choose which browser I open a link with (say when I click it in Outlook) so that I am already logged into the correct account in the correct browser.

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Does anyone know of an application that sets itself as the default browser and then offers these choices?

The closest app I found that fits your description is BrowserMaster:

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I couldn't get it to work on Windows 7 x64... It would just give up a random error, or if I ran it as Administrator, nothing happened. :( – Ashley Steel Feb 18 '13 at 13:01
    
Can you try the latest beta version? According to this review, "Version Tested: 1.1.0 Beta (Note: I STRONGLY recommend installing this one over 1.0)". – Karan Feb 18 '13 at 18:16

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