How to Manage, Organize, and Group Tabs in Google Chrome

Chrome Tabs

Opening too many chrome tabs might slow down your computer. Sometimes, it might cause your computer to crash. If you are the type of person who likes to open multiple browser tabs, or you simply want everything organized, read on! We have a solution for you.

Chrome Options

There are some manual steps on how to navigate your chrome tabs:

1. Opening a new Tab

Option 1: On your Chrome browser, next to the last tab on the right, click New tab 

Option 2: Using a keyboard shortcut:

  • On Windows & Linux, press Ctrl + t.
  • On a Mac, press ⌘ + t.

2. Opening a tab on a new Window

Option 1: Click and drag the tab outside the window.

Option 2: Use the following Keyboard Shortcut

  • On Windows & Linux, press Ctrl + n.
  • On Mac, press ⌘ + n.

3. Closing a tab

Option 1: At the top right of the tab, click Close.

Option 2: Using a keyboard shortcut:

  • On Windows & Linux, press Ctrl + w.
  • On a Mac, press ⌘ + w.

Organize Tabs with Tab Groups

Sometime last year, Google Chrome introduced a new feature called “tab groups,” which allows you to manage your browser tabs by grouping them together and labeling them. You can also move and re-order the tabs within the browser.

This feature is available for Google Chrome browser on desktops running Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS.

Here’s how to create and customize your tab groups:

1. Right click on an open tab and click “Add Tab to New Group”

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2. You can then select a name and the color for the tab group.

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3. To add a tab to a group, simply right click on the tab you want to add, select “Add Tab to Group,” and select a specific group.

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4. You will notice that the tab will be underlined with the color of the group tab. You can add more tab groups and organize them accordingly.

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2. Open the Cleaner One extension in Chrome and go to “Unused Tabs” tab.

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3. Cleaner One will show you all the open Tabs that you have. Then, you can select all unused tabs and close them. It will also show how much memory you’ve saved after closing all the unused tabs.

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1. Junk File Cleaning

  • Delete files and image caches (the sites you visited created) to free up space. 

2. Privacy Protection

  • Clear browsing history to hide your digital footprint
  • Remove cookies to prevent tracking and to avoid sharing private information

3. Faster Browser

  • Clean up junk files to optimize memory usage and speed up browser loading speed

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