This browser isn't truly a browser. Instead, Xana Web Browser runs multiple instances of Internet Explorer. Using its commands, creating tabbed windows is easy--that is, after you've paid a visit to the publisher's Web site. This download includes no help file, instructions, or even a hint on how to start using the program.
Xana Web Browser does include some helpful features. With a little work, you can create a group of related interfaces that somewhat resemble a browser. The interface set can easily be saved in a configuration file. It wasn't any trouble to choose among multiple saved configuration files.
It's important to note that at the time this application was introduced seven years ago, Internet Explorer lacked tabs, so there was a need for this particular kind of program. The question isn't how well Xana Web Browser works, but how hard do you want to work to get something similar to current browsers. This application will only appeal to advanced users looking to play with an interesting program. Everyone else should pass on this freeware.