Although it is still an alpha version it already allows you to perform the regular navigation activities that you are used to with an incredible speed.
It’s layout is also a bit different of what we are used to, in my opinion it is great, KISS principle all the way. I also like the new functionalities like the task manager which allows you to take control over the used memory with each tab/window and the browser itself.
Last week I’ve found FoxTab a Firefox extension that brings 3D effects into your web browser.
It allows you to switch through opened tabs with a combination of keys (like you usually do in your operating system to switch through opened programs).
I’ve been using for a couple of days now and it’s been working great. It is really useful when you have 20 tabs opened inside a window and you want so select a specific one. It also has a lot of options and customizable environments which is a plus.
Because a picture is worth more than a thousand words here is a link to FoxTab homepage, image gallery included, and a video on YouTube which illustrates it’s usage.