Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Using tabs, part of Up and Running with the Chrome Browser.
- The days of looking at one webpage…at a time are long gone.…Using tabs, or multiple windows,…you have the option to keep several webpages open…at the same time.…Now I'm looking at the Wikipedia page about Stonehenge…that we were looking at earlier in the chapter.…If you wanna go to this same page,…just take a look at what I have here…in my address bar and type in the same address…into Chrome on your computer.…So, we know that I can click on any link on this page…and it'll load a different page.…But sometimes you wanna open up a new page,…without leaving the page that you're currently on,…and there are a few ways to do that.…
There's something here about radiocarbon dating.…Now I could click on this link,…but I'm not finished reading the other information…on the rest of this page.…So what I can do is right-click on this link,…I get this menu with more options,…and I can choose Open in new tab.…So now I have two tabs up here at the top,…I have a tab for the page that I was currently looking at,…and if I click on this other tab,…
- Using tabs
- Setting the homepage
- Downloading files
- Sharing links
- Creating and importing bookmarks
- Installing Chrome apps and extensions
- Saving passwords
- Managing history, cookies, and other website data
- Browsing privately
- Using Chrome on mobile devices
Skill Level Beginner
1. Basic Website Navigation
3. Browser Extensions
4. Privacy and Security
5. Using the Mobile App
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