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Make Internet Explorer 11 Work for You With These Tips
Posted on Sep 21 2013 12:25 PM by xper in Software

Internet Explorer 11 isn’t terrible! In fact, if you’ve got a Windows tablet and have bought into the whole Metro — sorry,  “Modern” — interface, it’s probably the best touch-based browser you can use. We’ve already looked at how Internet Explorer 11 has matured into a modern browser and has left behind IE 10′s more annoying limitations.

We’ll be focusing on the Modern version of Internet Explorer 11 here. The desktop version is almost the same as ever, aside from a few new features like Developer Tools and the ability to sync tabs with other Windows 8 and Windows Phone devices. Internet Explorer 11 is included as part of Windows 8.1, which will be available as a free upgrade for all Windows 8 users on October 18, 2013.
 
Windows 8′s Modern interface receives two much-needed upgrades in Windows 8.1. First, you can view two or more full apps on screen at the same time. You’re no longer limited to one app being a small sidebar on one side of the screen. Second, you can run multiple instances of an app.

Combined, this means that you can now have two web pages side-by-side in the Modern interface. We’re most of the way through 2013 and we’re celebrating the ability to view two web pages side-by-side, who’d have expected that?
To use this feature, right-click or long-press on an open tab and select Open tab in new window. You’ll see the web pages side-by-side.
 
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