Wednesday, September 18, 2013

YSK how to select several Chrome tabs at the same time

One of Chrome’s unique features is the possibility to create new windows by dragging tabs outside of the current one.

Dragging windows

But you can also select a set of tabs instead of just one and create a new window with several tabs instead of dragging one tab at the time.

Several selections

To do this, just click one tab at the top, press CTRL, and then proceed to click the other tabs you want to select. It also works with SHIFT to select a range of tabs. Exactly like Windows works. You can even close multiple tabs at the same time, but you can’t re-open them by hitting CTRL+SHIFT+T; if you close several tabs at the same time, you need to re-open them one by one.

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