Most of us have a habit of keeping many tabs open on a browser while doing some task. It creates some fuss when you have less time and your browser gets slow. If you do not have very high speed powered system, then you have to do some tiresome tasks to keep your browser working with a constant speed.

If you have Chrome or Firefox browser then you no longer have to worry about this. You can solve this problem with just one click. Follow these simple steps and make your browser faster than ever before.

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Get OneTab:

OneTab is a Chrome and Firefox Extension that converts many tabs in a single tab. In order to download OneTab, perform following tasks.

  • Go to Google Web Store.
  • Type OneTab in search bar at top right corner.
  • You will find OneTab in extensions. Click it to open. Now, click on “Add to Chrome”. It will download and install the extension.

Once it is done, you will be able to see OneTab’s icon in your browser’s toolbar. Now, all you have to do is to click on icon and run all tabs with speed.


How it works:

When too many tabs are running and your browser gets slow then just click on OneTab icon. It will convert all the running tabs into one tab. Now, you will run all tabs in OneTab tab which displays all your open tabs in the form of list. The sequence will remain same as they were opened.

OneTab provides you with many options. You can restore and delete all the tabs at once by clicking on “Restore All” and “Delete All” respectively.  It also allows you to share it with any colleague or a friend by clicking on “Share as Web Page”. If you want to restore any tab then just click it.

“More” option gives you the options to name, lock or star that particular tab group. “Options” option, which is on top right corner, allows you to set your preferences.

If there are any questions or you know any other method to make your browser faster, let us know in the comments below.

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