Tabbed browsing. Firefox popularized tabbed browsing, enabling multiple Web sites to be viewed as separate tabs contained within a single browser window, and improving people’s efficiency by helping them better organize their desktops. In Firefox 2, tabbed browsing has been further improved with the addition of individual close buttons on each tab, enhanced tab navigation features, and a session restore system that automatically restores previously-open windows and tabs when a new browsing session is started.
The individual close button is a feature I love of Safari. Why should I have to switch to a tab just to close it? But, session retore? YES! I've wanted that for a while. I don't know if it restores the history of each tab, but it's downloading as I post so I'll see. I'd also like it if it keeps a running save of the history, like a wordprocessor does. That way if it does crash (it will at some point, and we all know it) you don't lose track of everything you had been doing during that session.
Anyone else trying it out?