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Firefox Tab Candy Alpha

July 25th, 2010 07:09 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Nunavut writes in with a note from TechCrunch on Aza Raskin’s latest Mozilla goodie, Tab Candy. “Be sure to watch the video for a full overview — from the looks of it, it seems as if Tab Candy is sort of like Apple’s Expose feature mixed with their Spaces feature, both of which are baked into OS X. For those who don’t use a Mac, basically these features allow you to zoom out and get a bird’s-eye-view of all your windows (or tabs, in this case) that are open — and you can also arrange open windows (or again, tabs, in this case) in certain spaces so they’re clumped together. This allows you to more easily find what you’re looking for with so many tabs open.” Here’s Raskin’s blog post, the download link, and the FAQ.

Source: Firefox Tab Candy Alpha

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