By moving the menu bar back to the top (google on how to do it) and
downloading the quero toolbar (www.quero.at
) you can make IE7 more versatile
and user friendly than IE6 and still have tabbed browsing. I've been using
it for 6 trouble-free months and would never go back to IE6 or bare IE7.
And BTW, most pages load in a few seconds -- most almost instantaneously
(got lotsa ram and a fast dual processor).
I also have tried Opera, FF, Maxthon, Avant and several others and have
always returned to my IE7/Quero configuration. Works great for me. YMMV.
Easy to uninstall if you don't like it.
"Richard in AZ" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
"LGee" <LGee@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
|I agree with you. I like absolutely NOTHING about IE7. Especially what you
| mentioned in your post. I did go back to IE6 and have been happy ever
| Hopefully they will bring back the features of IE6. If not, I will swith
| different browser all together.
| "Wigz" wrote:
| > Hey. Finding it really hard to get IE 7 to look and act how i want.
| > (STANDARD TOOLBARS IN PARTICULAR).
| > IE 6 allowed me to adjust size location, number of buttons and lines
| > buttons were placed etc. very well.
| > (NOT TALKING ABOUT DISABLING TABS)
| > Understand that new layout has something to do with compatability W3C ?
| > something or other but can't understand why users have been given no
| > to decide for themselves.
| > Has anyone managed to get the standard toolbars to move or do I have to
| > back to IE6??
If you don't like IE7, don't use it.
But whining about it won't help.