IE7 has some great strengths, but I've also written why I believe it's losing market share and frustrating for the average user to use… specifically the menu system that spans the far left and far right of the application.
Before you think I'm patting myself on the back, you should know that I am happy that IE stepped out of the normal boundaries and tried a new user paradigm. My problem is that I'm not sure they ever fully tested that paradigm before releasing it.
I do think it would be an incredible strategy for the team to introduce the ribbon interface and the ‘Office Button' functionality that is, IMHO, nzọụkwụ dị egwu na-aga n'ihu n'iji arụ ọrụ na Office 2007. Ọ bụghị naanị na ọ ga-eme ka ojiji nke ihe nchọgharị ahụ ka mma, ọ ga-adị iche na asọmpi ahụ, webata ndị mmadụ na rịbọn interface - ikekwe nweta ụfọdụ nnabata, ọ ga-eweta ngwaahịa Microsoft ndị ọzọ na ndị ezinụlọ ndị ọzọ.
N'ezie, m ka kwere na ihe nchọgharị ga-azọ mpi ahụ ga-abụ browser that introduces the most ‘out of the box' user interface components. Enweghị ihe ọ bụla achọrọ maka nbudata, ọ bụrụ na m nwere ike ịme ihe na datagrid, nchịkọta akụkọ HTML, akụrụngwa kalịnda, nhazi ihe oyiyi… na omenala xhtml na mkpado na ụdị, M ga-emepe ngwa maka ihe nchọgharị ahụ ọ bụla ọzọ!