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In interface design, a tabbed document interface (TDI) or Tab is a graphical control element that allows multiple documents or panels to be contained within a single window, using tabs as a navigational widget for switching between sets of documents.

It is an interface style most commonly associated with web browsers, web applications, text editors, and preference panes.

And if you’ve already developed an app, it’s easy to give users access to your app’s functionality and content, right in Safari.

To deliver faster load times, better battery life, and stronger security, Safari is optimized for HTML5, and will load this content whenever it is available.

Users can choose to enable plug-ins for one session or every time they visit a specific website.

For frequently-visited websites, enabled plug-ins will remain active.

Hyper TIES also supported pie menus for managing windows and browsing hypermedia documents with Post Script applets.

Don Hopkins developed and released several versions of tabbed window frames for the Ne WS window system as free software, which the window manager applied to all Ne WS applications, and enabled users to drag the tabs around to any edge of the window.

The Word Vision DOS word processor for the IBM PC in 1982 was perhaps the first commercially available product with a tabbed interface.

PC Magazine in 1994 wrote that it "has served as a free R&D department for the software business—its bones picked over for a decade by programmers looking for so-called new ideas".

The default HTML5 video player in Safari automatically supports Picture in Picture.

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