Available with Windows 8.1, Internet Explorer 11 is able to open upto 100 tabs per browser window without significant impact on the system resources.
In the pre-release and proposed version of Windows 8.1 operating system including the finalization of the code that is scheduled for late August, Internet Explorer 11 has been talked so far mainly for supports of WebGL 3D graphics with Web hardware acceleration.
In a new blog post and two videos, Microsoft emphasises a little more on IE11 and particularly the Modern UI to highlight particular contributions in the field of user experience. For example, IE11 is able to open upto 100 tabs per browser window.
This possibility is promised with no significant impact on system resources and memory, as well as the battery. Moreover, the tabs are synchronized across all Windows 8.1 devices connected via the inevitable SkyDrive.
Unlike in Windows 8, there is an option to always display the address bar and tabs that was deported at the bottom of the screen. Instantly, Internet Explorer 11 will also provide a list of sites that the user likes to visit frequently. Several factors are taken into account for the navigation on all Windows 8.1 devices. A new center of favorites uses the same files as the version of Internet Explorer on the desktop.