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Windows 7: IE Quick Pick UI, a New Tabbed Navigation Mechanism.

24 Jan 2010   #1
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 
IE Quick Pick UI, a New Tabbed Navigation Mechanism.

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Microsoft is cooking up some rather interesting concepts for the evolution of the Internet Explorer graphical user interface. Case in point: a patent that the Redmond company filed for, describing a “system and method for selecting a tab within a tabbed browser.” Dubbed Quick Pick, the new UI will essentially deliver streamlined navigation to Internet Explorer users that have multiple tabs opened simultaneously in the same browser instance. Of course, just because Microsoft filed a patent application doesn’t mean that the actual technology will be developed, or integrated into IE. But it would sure be nice for the software giant to simplify the navigation of multiple tabs in Internet Explorer 9, Quick Pick or no Quick Pick. (via GoRumors - it appears the news was first published by BeingManan)
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IE Quick Pick UI, a New Tabbed Navigation Mechanism - Microsoft has already filed for a patent - Softpedia

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