Browsing with Tabs

As you open Web sites, Internet Explorer creates separate tabs (New!) for each one, so you can view multiple Web sites in a single window, which reduces the number of items on the taskbar. You can open Web pages on new tabs and quickly switch between them. If you prefer a visual way to switch between tabs, you can use Quick tabs (New!), which displays thumbnails, to open and close Web pages. The list arrow to the right of the Quick Tabs button displays a list of all open Web pages, and you can use it to open a Web page as an alternate method. After you have opened a set of tabs, you can save them as a group, so you can quickly view them again later.

Use Tabbed Browsing

Use any of the following methods to use tabbed browsing: ...

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