Hi to all,
waiting for some news about Assox, maybe you can follow another way...
Due to the fact that it must work under Windows 7, you can also give a try to our winPenPack.Net menu launcher http://www.winpenpack.com/en/download.php?view.1303
You can add your preferred browser to the menu as follows: open wPP.Net menu; click a category folder (i.e. "Internet") into the configuration window, then press F4; from the Properties window, add your preferred portable browser, browsing for its executable.
In the same Properties window, you can also find two interesting panels: "File Associations" and "Protocols".
Click on "File Associations", then add the following extensions: ".html", ".htm" (plus other that you want to associate to your browser).
Click on "Protocols" and check the checkbox "Http/https": the related text field is automatically filled with the name of your executable, plus other parameters (that at this moment we can ignore).
Finally, click OK to confirm all the options.
From this moment on, until the wPP.Net menu is active, every time you double click on an html (or htm) file, and/or click on a link into a mail (or other program that allow that), your portable browser opens with the file or the link selected: exactly as your portable browser was the predefined one.
When you close wPP.Net menu, the Windows 7 default browser returns back. This gives you a little overhead (but also Assox, I think...), but with some interesting (IMHO) pros...
Hope this helps! Please, tell me if you need additional info.