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Submission + - Open source add-on rewrites the user interface of IE11 (quero.at)

An anonymous reader writes: This is how Internet Explorer would look like if you move the tabs to the top like in other browsers. Developed as a design and UX study, the open source add-on replaces the default navigation bar and combines three traditionally separate toolbars into one. The UX project started in 2004 to demonstrate that it is feasible to combine the address, search, and find box into one. Additionally, Quero offers a variety of customization options for IE, including making the UI themeable or starting Microsoft's desktop browser always maximized.
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Open source add-on rewrites the user interface of IE11

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