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If browser tabs are getting the better of you, here's how you can clear them up*

*Without losing them, of course.

IT’S MONDAY, IT’S the start of the work week and chances are you have fifty things to do before the day is finished.

For most of us, it requires you to research or look up multiple pages while keeping your email and other important web pages accessible.

This leaves you with multiple tabs open which not only gets messy, but can also slow down your browser, especially if it’s loading up media-rich sites.

Thankfully, if this is causing you problems, there are numerous plugins which allow you to better organise your tabs and free up browser memory.

One of the most popular examples is OneTab (Chrome and Firefox), which brings every tab you have open on a window to the one page.

OneTab Source: TheJournal.ie

If you find yourself regularly having numerous browser tabs open and want to give yourself some peace of mind, it’s a great way of clearing things up.

Just remember that since you’re restoring pages, you’re effectively reloading them so any unsaved information will be lost.

(OneTab for Chrome and Firefox)

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About the author:

Quinton O'Reilly

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