At Microsoft's Professional Developer Conference here in Los Angeles, Microsoft showed that Internet Explorer <cynicism> isn't just about catching up with Firefox </cynicism>.
So what does IE7 offer?
A website's security certificate will now show up by clicking on the little yellow lock that has been moved to the top of the window (it used to be at the bottom). Also IE7 offers an opt-in phishing site blocking technology that tags suspicious sites and uses blacklists of known scams.
Not only will IE7 offer tabbed browsing, you can actually see all tabs at once. Now that is innovation.
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