Making Sense Of Firefox Tabs

Search Engine Journal, Wednesday, October 28, 2009 5:30 PM
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Ann Smarty discusses several tools that help you make sense of all the open tabs on your desktop. These Firefox tools, especially useful for SEO professionals, are color-coded and let users easily switch between tabs.

For example, Next Tab lets users open links with a right click. A new tab opens next to the current tab in the content menu, Smarty explains. But some who comment on the post provide other examples of add-ons, arguing that Firefox add-ons are "RAM hogs."

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