A post on microsoft-watch.com links to the the Microsoft Internet Explorer Weblog that confirms the upcoming browser will introduce Firefox-like tabs.
"The main goal for tabs in our beta release is to make sure our implementation delivers on compatibility and security," a Microsofte ngineer writes. "The variety of IE configurations and add-ins across the Internet is tremendous. We want feedback on how it works with add-ins that you run (or have written), with the sites that you visit, and with the line of business applications, accessibility tools, management and development tools that you run."
The tabs however would be very "basic" in the beta of Internet Explorer beta, the writer says. "Expect additional end-user functionality to come in after the beta." (THG)
Read the post . (THG)