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Master Your Browser's Tabs with These Tricks and Extensions

Master Your Browser's Tabs with These Tricks and Extensions
I've never understood why people want so many tabs open in the first place! But, I respect your desire to do so. In Chrome, default tab management is a bit iffy. You can right-click on see a few different options for closing. However, you want them all open, and that's cool. Too Many Tabs and a host of other extensions can make Chrome tabs better than FF. Meanwhile, I keep a browser window open for each set up tabs. Work sites. Gawker sites. Misc Sites. I even keep a tab open for stuff I don't want to read at the location I'm at. To each their own. I'll look into the Chrome extensions. How do I get so many tabs open? May I make a few suggestions? Middle mouse button click on links opens them in a new tab. Right before you start to search, open a new window. When doing this, it doesn't really matter what the tab titles are.

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