Maxthon (MyIE2) is a very good tabbed browser that uses the IE (and even Gecko) browsing engine. It seems to be the only browser I've gone back to after trying different ones. You can find it at www.maxthon.com
Thanks for the tip - I'll give it a try and see how it goes. I also dug up SlimBrowser while noodling about, so I have some research to do at home tonight!
OK, having played a little with Slimbrowser so far, I have to ask:
What is it with you tabbed browser author people? Do that few people use intranet websites that they don't mind the address bar doing a "search" operation? (I mean, if it doesn't actually connect, fair enough, search away, but if there's a site called hostname, and I type "hostname" into the address bar, I really just want to go there!). (I found out where to turn this off in the options (couldn't find such an option for AB), but *really*!).
Slimbrowser's pretty nice so far. I'll try Maxthon later!
Maxthon looks pretty good, but it doesn't seem as polished as Avant or Slim Browser.
For the time being, I'll keep working with Slim.
I was using MyIE2 but I have to say that I changed now to FireFox with some pluggins to be able to work like under MyIE2. Would it be possible to get an access to your blog tool integrated in Outlook 2003, would be really great. Thanks.
I'll second the vote for MyIE2/Maxthon. I started using it about a year ago after trying a few other IE alternatives and it's still my browser of choice. It has terrible defaults, but if you can turn off enough of the toolbars and adjust the options, it's pretty much IE + tabs.
Too many rendering issues keep me from moving to Firefox.
what, you don't like clarify? :-)
Laurent, I'm basically embarrassed by the sheer lack of quality of my Rss Add-in for Outlook - I'm also not sure what the legalities are of releasing it - so I'll have to say no for the time being.
A rewrite is on the cards at some stage.