image thumb39 Favtabs makes your Start Page more ‘tabby’

Favtabs is the latest to step in the race of start pages, much like iGoogle and Netvibes. But it offers a bit more than each with a neat interface. Users can organize the content in tabs and set up their own homepage, as well as letting them have customized sites for search or Google gadgets. I guess the better features include the easy integration of numerous services like Twitter, RSS feeds on to the tabs and keeps users on the same page by opening links within the compressed windows the users assign to each page they usually visit, eliminating the need to open multiple tabs/windows. I guess this is where its winning point lies. The idea to put tabs and users having full control is quite efficiently applied to make browsing and being informed a much better experience.