The verdict is in: Back to Internet Explorer. While it’s noticeably slower to load pages, the increased functionality is worth the tradeoff for most of my activities. I’ve never been particularly fond of Zempt, finding the combination of the Movable Type bookmarklet and ieSpell, which is integrated into the my system, far handier. Having to go manually type–not to mention remember–passwords at all the sites I’ve registered for, retyping the information for every single blog that I’d want to comment on, and myriad other inconveniences are too much to endure for the supposed advantages of Mozilla. Indeed, so far at least, I haven’t found tabbed browsing to be any more efficient than having multiple windows open and “tabbed” along the Quick Launch toolbar at the bottom of the page.