Are you a Firefox user? Like other browsers, Firefox provides a Private Browsing mode, which until Firefox 20, forced you to save and close your normal browsing session.
What if you wanted to take this one step further and open private tabs alongside normal tabs in the same window (feature found in Opera)?
Do you open too many tabs? When too many tabs are open, each tab becomes tiny. In fact, tabs eventually become so tiny that the favicon isn’t even visible anymore. It becomes impossible to tell which tab is which.
Fortunately, an extension appropriately named TooManyTabs can help. It is available for both Chrome and Firefox.
Are you using Firefox? Want to make the current active tab stand out from the rest? This is especially useful if you have lots of tabs of the same site open (same favicon).
This is easily done with extensions such as Tab Mix Plus, but suppose you don’t want to install another extension. Here are three methods to make the current tab stand out using the browser chrome stylesheet.
Have you found an interesting website that you want to keep track of or constantly refer back to while browsing the web? Yesterday, we showed you how to split your content area into multiple tabs in Firefox so you can browse multiple sites at once. Today, let’s do the same, but in Google Chrome.
An extension called ChromeSplits should be able to do the job.
Have you given the new Internet Explorer 9 a try yet? It is currently in public beta testing and one of the many new features it includes is a new tab page that displays your most popular 10 web pages.
But depending on your screen resolution and window size, you might notice that there is …
Are you opening too many tabs? Is the tab bar getting too cluttered? Mozilla has recently announced in a blog post that the fourth beta of Firefox 4 is now available. It introduces a new tab management feature known as Firefox Panorama, formerly Firefox Tab Candy.
Panorama is a new feature that allows you to …
Most modern browsers come with a button on the tab bar which opens a new tab. Firefox 3.5 was one of the last ones to implement it, however, some users may find that this button isn’t very useful. After all, opening a new tab can be done with the existing Ctrl + T shortcut or …