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On youtube I was watching a preview of the new Windows Vista and on IE they have something called "quick tabs" that lets you see all your tabs in one window. Does Firefox (or Safari) have an option like this?

I almost like the new Windows...it reminds me of the MAC system. But MAC is better! lol
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On youtube I was watching a preview of the new Windows Vista and on IE they have something called "quick tabs" that lets you see all your tabs in one window. Does Firefox (or Safari) have an option like this?

I almost like the new Windows...it reminds me of the MAC system. But MAC is better! lol
I love my tabs but I don't think Safari is planning on introducing this and maybe FireFox has an upcoming extension, I dunno.

I'm stuck on why I would do this when my Safari tabs are just a shift+command+[ / ] away.....?
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Firefox has foXpose that does exactly this. I use this and tab previews for firefoxy loveliness
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Okay I downloaded that foXpose thing, but ever since I downloaded it my internet has been a lot slower. I want to uninstall it, so I searched for foxpose using spotlight, but it said "no results found"...but the little foxpose icon is in the bottom left hand corner of my browser...help??


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