Posts Tagged ‘tabs’

TabJump is an extension for Google Chrome that helps you manage your tabs.  After you install it you’ll see all of your most used tabs that are open, related tabs, and recently closed tabs.  You can also lock tabs – but since you can find recently closed tabs, this feature doesn’t seem all that necessary.  […]


Google Chrome has a lot of Extensions worth checking out, but these are three that I find myself using throughout the day.  Don’t expect a lot of bells and whistles here, folks – these three Extensions just help me get things done a bit quicker.  Watch the screencasts that follow the brief introduction to see […]


If you use Firefox and are a fan of Tabs (check and check!) then you may want to give Desktop a look.  Desktop is an experimental Firefox Add-on that allows you to create a custom page loaded with shortcuts to your favorite websites.  Every time you open a new tab, you’ll see a set of […]


I’ll never forget the day when my brother glared at me with a look of disgust as I opened a new window in Firefox to type in a URL for a site he wanted me to check out.  Basically the conversation went something like this: “Wtf are you doing?! Why don’t you just open a […]