Why Tabbed Browsing?
Why Firbird original (C-range)
The Mozilla Firebird browser makes browsing easier than ever before with best Tab-Browsing around. Tab-Browsing changes the way you use the internet by allowing you to open links on a page in background "Tabs" and then read them when you're ready. No confusing new windows, no need for context menus, just hold down Ctrl when clicking a link, or use your middle mouse button (if you have one). Tab-Browsing is central to the Mozilla Firebird browser, you can set your home page to be a group of Tabs. You can open an entire folder of bookmarks in Tabs.
Browsing with Tabs makes browsing the internet faster and more efficient. You can concentrate on reading each page without the confusion of having to switch between windows. As you're reading each page, links you have opened in background Tabs load, so when you're ready to read them they've already loaded and you don't need to wait.
Tab-Browsing can be likened to a TiVo DVR with two tuners - record two programs while you watch another - but in the case of Tab-Browsing you can download many pages in the background while you read the first. TiVo has changed the way people watch TV, and likewise Tab-Browsing is a revolutionary change to the way you browse the internet. Mozilla Firebird brings you the simplest, most intuitive version of Tab-Browsing you will find.
Why Firebird trimmed (B-range)
Tab-Browsing changes the way you use the internet by allowing you to open links on a page in background "tabs". Just hold down Ctrl when clicking a link, or use your middle mouse button (if you have one), and you can concentrate on reading each page while links you have opened in background tabs load. Then when you're ready to read them, they've already loaded and you don't need to wait.
With one click, you can open an entire folder of bookmarks in tabs, and you can set your homepage to a group of tabs.
Firebird Homepage (A-range)
Mozilla Firebird presents a fast and convenient new way to browse the web — now you can open several pages in one window in separate browser tabs. Open links in the background while you read a web page, then continue to the links when you're done — pages are loaded when you need them, making the web feel faster even over slow connections.