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  1. Chrome and Edge users will never have to worry about losing tabs again Microsoft is a regular contributor to the open-source Chromium project, which benefits both Edge and Chrome (Image credit: Softulka / Shutterstock) Microsoft has announced a new addition to the open-source Chromium platform that will benefit users of both Edge and Chrome web browsers. The company has pledged to improve the browsers’ tab retention facilities, which come
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    WindowTabs v2013.5.23

    WindowTabs Add Tabs to Any Application Website: http://www.windowtabs.com/ Download: Official Installer Download: Official Portable WindowTabs 2013 Crack by wronce: Site: http://www.tusfiles.net Sharecode: /6fx26kgmulo3 WindowTabs 2012 with Keygen c/o mrpink: Site: http://rghost.net Sharecode: /50575629 Compatibility: WinAll Dependencies: .NET Framework 2.0. (Windows 8 requires .NET Framework 3.5) Synopsis: i used to use QTTabBar.. it worked very well.. however.. i hated installation.. it left a mess behind.. WindowTabs is exa
  3. Visual Tabs is a Firefox extension that places a scrollable list of tabs in a sidebar I always have a couple of dozen tabs or more in Firefox. If you do the same, you can perhaps relate to how difficult it can be to scroll through them to find a tab. There are various extensions that help you deal with this problem. Visual Tabs is a Firefox add-on that places a scrollable list of tabs in a sidebar. It reminds me of TreeStyleTabs, but it is simpler to use. A side-bar appears on the left side of the screen after you
  4. Restoring multiple closed tabs will get easier in Firefox 78 Mozilla plans to improve the process of restoring or reopening multiple closed tabs in the web browser in Firefox 78. Firefox users may restore closed tabs either with the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-Shift-T or by right-clicking on the tab bar and selecting the "undo close tab" option. Another option that is available is to open the browsing history to open sites from there again. Most Firefox users may be fine with the functionality provided, but those who use the browser's options to close mult
  5. Save your Firefox tabs in a single-click with Tab Stash Managing an open browser session is no easy task. The more tabs you have, the more cluttered it gets, and if you use multiple browser windows, you may realize quickly that most browsers are not well equipped for that out of the box. Extensions that improve tab management are a solution. When you install Tab Stash, you'll see a new icon on the toolbar. DO NOT click on it, not yet. Why? If you do, the add-on will save all the tabs in the Stash and close them all. It's kind of similar to what OneTa
  6. How to import tabs from Chrome to Firefox and vice versa So, you have decided to switch from Chrome to Firefox, or maybe it's the other way around. The problem is you have a lot of tabs opened, and you can't abandon the session. Or, you use both web browsers regularly and want to push tabs from one browser to the other; this may also be useful for developers who need to test their sites in different browsers. What do you do? Manually copy and paste each URL from one browser to the other? That could take a long while depending on the number of tabs that you want to push
  7. Protect your tabs in Firefox with Don't Touch My Tabs! (rel=noopener) The Firefox add-on Don't Touch My Tabs! (rel=noopener) adds the link attribute rel=noopener to all links encountered in the web browser with the exception of same-domain links. The extension addresses a long-standing issue that affects all modern web browser: when a linked resource is opened in anew tab, it gets control over the page that it was loaded from. That's a problem, as it opens the door for manipulation, tracking or malicious attacks. Visit the About rel=noopener website
  8. I have noticed recently that NSANE tabs are very slow to switch between if I have more than 1 NSANE tab open. All other tabs are fine. It is only NSANE tabs that are affected. I am using Firefox 64-bit on Windows 10 64-bit. I have just switched to IPS Default theme, and it seems to be quicker.
  9. Simple Tab Groups is a Firefox extension for organizing your tabs Simple Tab Groups is a Firefox extension that can help you organize your tabs. The extension was inspired by one with a similar name, Tab Groups. The extension includes five plugins (add-ons from the same developer) merged into one for a functioning Tab Group manager extension. After you install Simple Tab Groups, it opens a local web page with a screenshot to guide users how to "Enable the restore previous session" option in Firefox. That's because when you restart t
  10. Edge's Dev and Canary versions now let you add multiple tabs to new collection Microsoft Edge's Canary and Dev versions already allow you to add several tabs to a collection, but this capability didn't have a quick method in the previous iterations of the browser, especially if you are dealing with multiple tabs. Microsoft today rolled out a new update that makes that feature a breeze. Candice Poon, a product manager at Microsoft, posted a screenshot on Twitter that illustrates how to add multiple tabs in Edge Dev and Canary to a new collection with
  11. The release of Windows 10 Redstone 5 build 17618 for users enrolled in the Skip Ahead ring of the Windows Insider program brought back Sets, a feature that Microsoft first tested during the development of Redstone 4 and which was then temporarily removed for further improvements. This new build, however, comes with a series of changes as compared to the previous implementation of Sets, and the biggest addition is the integration of support for Win32 software. Sets was originally developed to work with UWP apps from the Microsoft Store, but this build introduces full support for Win32
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