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Bookmarks Toolbar & Favorites Bar are Here to Stay

Posted on: March 17, 2008

Most of us don’t use the bookmarks toolbar, we hide it to save space. But now the next generation browsers – Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer have put some very important features in them.

Let me start with Firefox – Firefox have put the home button in bookmarks toolbar (cause home really is a bookmarked page) though you can easily bring it back. And Smart bookmarks, one of the new features of Firefox 3 has tags, recently visited pages and recently bookmarked pages. We won’t be able to use this feature if we hide the bookmarks toolbar.

Now Internet Explorer – Internet explorer has fut Favorites and “add to favorites” in favorites toolbar. we won’t be able to bookmark and access pages if we hide favorites toolbar.

Webslices – the new cool and innovative feature of Internet Explorer 8 resides in the favorites toolbar, webslices will also be unusable if we hide the toolbar.


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