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7. Web Browsers > 7.6. Alternative Browsers

Alternative Browsers

Henry Ford once said he’d be happy to manufacture cars in any color that people wanted—as long as that color was black. You might think that a similar aesthetic holds true for Web browsers: You can use any one you want, as long as it’s Internet Explorer.

In fact, Internet Explorer isn’t the only browser in existence. Several other great ones are available as well, free for the download. This section tells you how to get them, and once you’ve gotten them, how to get the most out of them. They all have one feature that Internet Explorer doesn’t: tabs. A browser window can hold multiple tabs, and each tab corresponds to a different Web site (Figure 7-15), which is a serious boon for power surfers.


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