Whether you’re a geek or not, there’s a good chance that the browser window in front of you is filled with like a billion open tabs; because having only OneTab or even just a few is… impossible!
It’s Always like you need to open one more link and it needs to be in a new tab! And after a while, you’ll have like 8,743,842,146,384,730 (seriously, it’s a number! you don’t have to read it loud, but it’s a number!) tabs open, your computer takes forever to respond, and you’ll be like “damn! where the hell is that tab I was just looking at!?”
OneTab is a simple handy little extension that converts all the open tabs on your Chrome/Firefox to just one tab with a list of all your tabs as links, so you can easily open them again just when you need to. Even if you’re keeping a news tab from two weeks ago that you haven’t even read the first paragraph of! (Not just yet, I mean!) You can keep it in OneTab for as long as you want, without filling up your computer’s memory. (It is the thing that when is full, slows down your computer so much that makes you wanna pull out every hair on your head!)
You just simply click the OneTab extension icon… and ta-da! It’s done!
OneTab’s Other Features
One of the really useful features of this little extension is that it gives you the option to export or import your tabs. It can save you a lot of trouble. You know what? You can even close that OneTab tab! If you bookmark it, you’ll get it back with just one click! Isn’t that cool?
But the best thing about OneTab is simply what it says it does and that’s keeping your computer’s memory free and your browser less cluttered! It’s all about efficiency after all!
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You can also drag and drop tabs in your OneTab list to reorder them. In addition to that, if you hold down the Ctrl or Cmd key while restoring a tab, it will stay on your list. This can help you use OneTab to quickly launch a set of commonly used tabs. Oh, and by the way, it leaves your ‘pinned’ tabs in place and doesn’t move them to its tab.
You can download it for free here:
PS. There’s no registration or signup necessary.