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Browsing trick helps you find what you need fast

The internet is a great resource for researching pretty much any topic you can imagine. In fact, it’s quite possible to find hundreds of sites that deal with whatever you are looking for.Instead of jumping back-and-forth from site to site, it’s much easier to open each one in its own tab on your browser. However, this can make it difficult to keep track of what you were looking at, and it can even bog down your browser. That’s because your browser uses more memory for each open tab.We have good news. There is a download that can reduce browser memory usage by up to 95 percent.It’s called OneTab and is available for free to use on the Google Chrome browser.When you have too many tabs open, just click the OneTab button in your browser to get rid of the clutter. The extension will reduce all of your open tabs into one tab by combining them into a list.When you need to access an old tab, click the link to re-open it. You can also restore all tabs or get rid of them completely.Want to save your tabs for later? No problem. You can export your tabs as a list of URLs or save them as a webpage.To add the OneTab extension, click the link we’ve provided below inside the blue button.

Stop robocalls once and for all

Robocalls are not only annoying, but they scam Americans out of millions every year. Learn Kim's tricks for stopping them for good in this handy guide.

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