Just been looking at the features and the first thing I see is that they have moved the tabs above the address bar. Why do technology companies insist on changing things for change's sake? You get used to a system, and it works well, so why change it? As bad as Microsoft and Office 2007. Sigh.
you beat me to it.
Just had a look at this here.
So they done the same as IE9, ripped the gui apart, redesigned it and making things need more clicks because of so called clutter? Unless people are still using 640x480 res the interface is hardly clutter.
Seems I wont be upgrading firefox or IE now.
I switch between tabs and as such probably use the tab bar about 10-20 times more often than the address bar.
If I do need to visit a new site not in a tab I usually go to it via google so as such not using the address bar again.
Why would I want the address bar below the tabs?
Edited by Chrysalis (Tue 22-Mar-11 04:49:05)