You open a tab and then another, and your open tabs all look the same. It's easy to get confused and you spend your time browsing between open tabs to find the site you previously visited. There surely must be an easier way to preview open tabs. On the Mac, there's a browser called Omniweb that enables you to open new tabs as previews located down the left hand side of your browser window. You can see a visual preview of each open tab and to view the website, simply click on the visual preview.
Firefox Showcase 0.9.3 enables you to do something very similar with Firefox. You can quickly see a visual preview of your open tabs - mini versions of each website, represented by an image. However, that's not all, you can also show each open web page as a thumbnail (to the size you require), a little like the Speed Dial feature in Opera.
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