With the new beta release of Developer Toolbar and tight security from Vista; there are more chances for Firefox users to switch back to IE in the coming days who use Firefox as an alternative for IE due to the lack of security, tabbed browsing, extensions (IE extensions) and themes that Firefox allows. As IE 7 does support all of these, so there is no question about IE getting much more popular than any other browser in the coming days as IE is integrated with Windows OS.
The author claims, the IE7 beta revealed at the Professional Developers Conference have enough new features that it may stop people from flocking to Firefox. A new Quick Tabs feature, for example, will let you better manage tabs, and gives you a thumbnail view of all of your tabs — something that Firefox doesn’t do. Page Zoom will let you zoom in on text and graphics on Web pages.
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