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“Internet Explorer 12 gets Chrome-like interface and supports extensions’
Internet Explorer 12 has to be further simplified interface similar to that of Chrome and Firefox. In addition, Microsoft would like to give to browser extensions. More space in the browser still under construction
That says it generally knowledgeable Neowin that an early version of the design of IE12 would have seen. The successor of Internet Explorer 11 gets according to the tech site a significantly revised interface. This would resemble the ‘minimalist’ design which include Chrome and recent versions of Firefox can be found. So tabs are now at the top of the browser window placed below the title bar. The address bar is placed directly under the tabs. The browser also gets “beaten down” navigation buttons to the left of the address bar.
Internet Explorer 12 will also get support for browser extensions. These are also reflected in browsers like Chrome and Firefox. It is still unclear whether Microsoft also comes with a special website which extensions are available, such as the Chrome Web Store, and the add-ons section of Firefox. Internet Explorer 11 does support incidentally, plug-ins, but the supply is limited and fragmented.
It is still unclear whether IE12 will be included in the upcoming Technical Preview of Windows 9; in on Thursday published screenshots is Internet Explorer 11 only to find.Viewing:-165
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