Internet Explorer does everything wrong except for zoom!
When you type ctrl+ in Firefox, only the text is enlarged. This causes the page to either re-flow to make room for the larger text, or explode if your containing divs have a fixed height. When you type ctrl+ in Internet Explorer 7, the entire page zooms in. The text gets larger, the images get larger, everything gets larger proportionally, it’s amazing. Why does Firefox assume that if you have trouble seeing the content of a web page you’d like only the text to get bigger? It’s wrong and it only leads to people using ctrl+ as a test for how well I did my job, no matter what the restrictions (fixed height).
When Internet Explorer 7 zooms in on an entire page everything is easier to read and the page doesn’t break. It’s a better user experience.
This concludes the only good thing I will ever say about Internet Explorer.