Navigate the interface
Navigate quickly using the Quick Tabs feature
Set up tab groups
Take advantage of the Search box
Print Web pages so they look like Web pages
Configure RSS feeds
Use Windows CardSpace to manage your passwords
The Internet is a pretty simple concept, really. Type the URL for the site you want to visit, and start reading. But sometimes you see something on the Web page that makes you click a link to find out more. A new window pops up. Then you click another link to produce yet another window. Before you know it, you’re smothered in windows and can’t figure out where you started. That—and more—has all changed with Windows Internet Explorer 7 in Windows Vista. The ...