In Pictures: Time-saving PC tips and tricks

What’s the best way to tell an expert PC user apart from a bumbling amateur? The expert doesn’t waste time.

Tabbed browsing lets you freely browse lots of websites at once. However, it’s far too easy to amass dozens and dozens of open tabs. That eats up RAM and slows your computer down, but it also slows you down, forcing you to fish through tons of tiny tabs to find a desired page.

OneTab, an add-on for the Google Chrome browser, can help. Whenever tabs start to get out of hand, just click the little OneTab icon. Poof! All of your open tabs will close and automatically be stored in a list. Later, you can browse through the list and either reopen that one tab you need, or all of them at once.

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