I swapped to using IE over Mozilla/Netscape about 5 years ago. But just recently I've swapped back, mainly due to a single feature that the Netscape browser has that IE doesn't: tabbed browsing. It's the ability to have multiple web page or sites loaded up in a single browser window, and a simple click of a tab selects the page you want to look at. I think this feature is particularly appealing to web developers and other 'power' users like myself, but less so to your average home user (half of whom still don't know that you're 'allowed' to open more than one browser window at a time). Oh - and an extension of this feature is that you can bookmark ALL of the page tabs as a single group. Very nice.
Anyhow, I've just spotted this info. Thought others might enjoy:
101 things that the Mozilla browser can do that IE cannot.
I expect a dedicated IE user could pick some holes.
I wonder how Microsoft will respond with IE7? Does Mozilla/Netscape now have copyright over tabbed browsing? I doubt it. Or are all these extra features in Mozilla/Netcape a case of 'too little too late'?
Food for thought.