eWeek: Mozilla Still Good After 32 Days
Jul 29, 2002, 22:00 (32 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Timothy Dyck)
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"First, there are two things Mozilla does better than IE, and
both are compelling enough to me to make the switch: tabbed
browsing and pop-up-window blocking.
"Tabs are beautiful, beautiful things. I often have 30 or more
browser windows open for days as I research several stories in
parallel. Now I have four or five Mozilla windows open, each
devoted to one particular topic, and each with several tabs open.
This really suits the way I work. This was an Opera invention, but
they're well done in Mozilla.
"With KDE's Konqueror getting tabs in Version 3.1, IE is the
only big browser left without them (there are third-party additions
for IE, such as Stilesoft Inc.'s NetCaptor [www.netcaptor.com],
that add tabs to IE, but it isn't part of the main product)..."