Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Use tabs, part of Learning the Microsoft Edge Browser.
- [Instructor] The days of looking at one web page…at a time are long gone.…Using tabs or multiple windows,…you have the option to keep several web pages…open at the same time.…I'm looking at the Wikipedia page about Stonehenge…that we were looking at in the previous movie.…If you want to go to the same page,…just type in the address that I have up here…in the address bar.…So, we know that I can click on any link on this web page…and it'll load a different page,…but sometimes you want to open up a new page…without leaving the page you're on…and there are a few ways to do that.…For example, here's a link to a page on radiocarbon dating.…
I'm interested in this…and I want to read what this page has to say,…but I don't want to just click on this link…because I'm not done reading the page…that I'm currently on.…One thing I could do is to open up…this new link in another tab…so that it will open in the background…and I can switch to it when I'm done reading this page.…So I'll right-click on this link with my mouse…and in this menu, I'll choose Open in new tab,…
- Recall the shortcut to open a new tab.
- Recognize how search engines are detected and become options for a default search engine.
- Determine how to stop advertisements from appearing automatically when visiting a site.
- Identify the file extension for exported favorites.
- Recognize the characteristics of a secure website based on its URL.
- Explain how to open a new InPrivate window.