CNET slide show:
Inside Internet Explorer 7 for Windows Vista
Microsoft adds tabs, search, RSS, and antiphishing to IE 7.
Slide 2 of 11 Extreme makeover The toolbar and address bar areas of Internet Explorer 7 for Windows Vista have been totally redesigned. The address bar is now locked at the top of the window so that hijackers can't replace it with phishing or spyware substitutes. Words have been eliminated in favor of iconic buttons so that only the bare essentials are displayed. In all, it's a very clean and sophisticated look for an Internet browser.