Superb Features of Internet Explorer® 9 in Windows® 7
Internet Explorer from Microsoft is the most widely used web browser in the world. The latest edition of this web browser is Internet Explorer 9 (IE9), which integrates impeccably with computers equipped with Windows 7 operating system. Windows 7 is a very interactive and advanced operating system. So, it becomes important that the web browser used in this OS should also be advanced and interactive. IE 9 just fits in the role. It has a whole new set of features, which make your web browsing experience very convenient and easy and also gives you a feel of the perfect web browser in Windows 7.
Some of the IE 9 features include:
- Jump Lists
- Thumbnail Preview Controls
- Icon Overlays
There is a lot which you do on web, like book movie tickets, download games, listen to songs, browse videos, check mails or plan your holidays, and most of the time you have to simultaneously use more than one window. Snap feature of IE 9 helps you by showing you two different web-pages at the same time on the screen. The two web-pages appear side by side. This appearance absolutely matches with the look of Windows 7.
Generally, you visit many websites on a daily basis. Among these, there are some, which you visit regularly, such as your e-mail provider, Google, YouTube, etc. Jump List takes you to your favorite web-pages directly with a single click. To see the Jump List, you just need to right-click on the Internet Explorer icon and the list will open from where you can select the website(s) you want to visit.
Thumbnail Preview Controls
There are certain websites with their icons on the Taskbar of the web browser. The controls of such websites are accessible from the Taskbar itself. While working on Internet Explorer 9, if you take the cursor to the website’s icon, you can see the controls of that website beneath ‘Thumbnail preview controls’.
There are few such websites that have icon overlays. The function of icon overlay is to provide required information about that website. It basically helps you to be updated about what's new on that website, without having the need to visit that website.
So, why not utilize the strengths of your Windows 7 PC and work on Internet Explorer 9 to gain maximum benefits and enhanced visual experience?