Bring your Tabs with you By Signing into Google Chrome


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Logo used from the start of the Chrome project until March 2011 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you like the idea of having your tabs follow you from computer or device to device, then you might consider using the Google Chrome feature which will allow you to open tabs from other device on your current device by going to a menu and selecting the tab from your other device that you want to open, for more on this Google Chrome feature check out there official blog post HERE.

Current Chrome Beta Syncs Tabs Across Devices


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Logo used from the start of the Chrome project until March 2011 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you use Google Chrome Beta channel, then you’ll be happy to see that you can now Sync your tabs across devices, which is a nice little feature to take articles on the go, or perhaps to pick up from some other device, either way you may want to check out this Official Blog post regarding the feature addition to Chrome Beta HERE.

Page Snooze hides Tabs for Later use in Google Chrome


Sometimes you have a tab or two that you want to look at but not on a daily bases, but maybe on a weekly or bi-weekly schedule, and to that end you might want to check out the Google Chrome Extension Page Snooze, which will hide a tab for a predetermined period of time, for more check out Page Snooze for Google Chrome.

Hide Your Chrome Tabs with Disguised Tabs Extension


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If your live your life like a secret agent and need to do your Internet browsing in the shadows, then you might want to check out this chrome extension that will make those tabs vanish and appear at your very wimp, seems like your type of extension, then check out more on the Disguised Tabs Extension for Google Chrome.

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