If there’s one thing I ‘hated’ about Internet Explorer 9 since day 1 is the fact that, by default, it shows both the address bar and the list of opened tabs on the same row. This translates into one crowded top row which quickly becomes unusable. How do you solve this problem? Well… the solution is pretty simple – you can set Internet Explorer 9 to show the opened tabs on a separate row. Let’s see how.
First, open Internet Explorer 9.
Next, right-click on any of your open tabs. In the right-click menu, click on ‘Show tabs on a separate row’.
Problem fixed. Now Internet Explorer 9, shows all tabs on a separate row, just below the address bar.
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