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How to Quickly Close Multiple Tabs in Browser

How to Quickly Close Multiple Tabs in Browser

There are times when you opened too many tabs in your browser and it is causing the whole system to slow down. A quick and easy way to fix this is to close as many unused tabs as possible to minimize the memory usage. However, it can be a chores if you have tons of opened tabs. Luckily, most browsers come with a way for you to quickly close multiple tabs with a single click.

Making Good Use Of Middle Mouse Click in Browser

Making Good Use Of Middle Mouse Click in Browser

Do you know that the middle mouse click is not as useless as it seems to be? There are several useful things that it can do in a browser. 1. Clicking the middle mouse button (by pressing down the scroll wheel) on a link in a browser will open the link in a new tab. […]

Setting Multiple Home Page For Firefox

Setting Multiple Home Page For Firefox

Do you know you can set multiple websites as the home page in Firefox? Here is how you do it: 1. Go to the “Preferences -> General” section in Firefox. 2. At the Home Page input field, enter the URL of the websites that you want to set as home page, separating each URL with […]

Simple Trick to Make Firefox Run Faster

Simple Trick to Make Firefox Run Faster

There are tons of ways to make Firefox runs faster. One of the ways is to turn off the tabs animation so the opening and closing of tabs will be immediate and doesn’t take up much memory. In Firefox, open a new tab and type “about:config” in the address bar. Search for “browser.tabs.aimate” and double […]

Do a Quick Search In Firefox With A Keystrokoe

Do a Quick Search In Firefox With A Keystrokoe

In Firefox, you can press the “/” key in your keyboard (when your cursor is not in any input field) to quickly activate the Quick Search bar. Alternatively, you can go to “Preferences -> Advanced -> General and tick the box “Search for text when I start typing”. This will allow you to search for […]

Compose an Email From The Browser’s URL Bar

Compose an Email From The Browser’s URL Bar

In your browser’s URL bar, simply type in the following mailto:recipient@emailaddress.com and it will open a Compose Email window (from your default email client) with the recipent field filled in. Refer to the full article for more configuration options.