The user workspace has once again gotten some attention in this release of Photoshop, this time with the introduction of a tab-based interface with self-adjusting panels. The tabs are a welcome feature, with the added bonus of being able to group tabs and arrange document windows in a number of ways. And the self-adjusting panels make rearranging the workspace a lot less fussy.
Photoshop is also taking advantage of the trend toward larger and wide-screen monitors, with the addition of a new Application Bar across the top of the window. This toolbar holds often-used tools such as a link to launch Bridge, "Show Extras" (previously buried in a submenu), zoom controls, and window and workspace organizing options.