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Working with Tabs

It’s a rare Internet Explorer user who doesn’t usually have half a dozen or more browser windows open at the same time. You might have several sites that you check for updated content throughout the day; a few sites that you use for current research; another site that streams a radio station or other music; your favorite search engine site; and an extra browser window or two for random surfing.

It’s convenient to have all these sites ready for action, but having all those windows open makes it harder to navigate to your other windows, and it’s a drain on resources because the full Internet Explorer interface is repeated in each window. (Depending on your system, each open Internet Explorer window can consume up to 20MB in RAM.) Many of us who would like to have 12 or 15 sites at our fingertips have learned to make do with far fewer.


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