Description: In IE8, "quick navigation" refers to the "Quick Navigation tab", which appears on the left side of the tab bar when multiple tabs are turned on, which is the Quick Navigation tab.
The effect after clicking:
You can also use the CTRL + Q shortcut key to implement this feature.
Let's look at IE9:
The Quick navigation startup button is not visible on the IE9 interface and cannot be started with the "Ctrl + Q" shortcut key.
At this point, we can open IE9 's "tools"--"Internet options"--"Settings" on the tabs under the General tab, when you open tab browsing settings, you will see that the "Enable Quick navigation tab" is not checked by default, and we manually check this out, Then restart the IE browser as required to make this change effective.
First look at the IE9:
There is still no "quick navigation tab", but we can do this by using the "Ctrl + Q" shortcut key.
What do you think? The "Quick navigation tab" that we are familiar with appears again.
In addition to the "fast navigation", there are some familiar features are hidden, Microsoft is doing so just want to leave more space for the content of the page to display.