Google Chrome, tab groups finally arrive in the browser: how they work

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Google Chrome, tab groups finally arrive in the browser: how they work

Google Chrome has officially received the functionality it allows create groups of cards based on the theme of interest. Available in the testing phase again from the end of November 2020, it has finally arrived in the stable version of the browser of the Mountain View giant: this is how it works.

The colleagues of GoogleChromeCast pointed this out to the public, but as you can see from the image at the bottom of the article, we at Everyeye also found it labeled as “New” in the browser. Using it is very simple: clicking with the right button of the mouse on the card of interest, it is possible to give it a color and a name thus creating a group. Alternatively, you can also select multiple tabs using Shift + left click and then right-click to form the group and then toggle its visibility on or off with a single right click on its name.

But what can be the usefulness of this function? More than anything else, increase productivity while working making navigation between the cards of interest much simpler and more intuitive than opening individual pages separately or moving them according to the theme or your habits. In short, you just have to try it for yourself if you are a Google Chrome user.

Still on the subject of the browser, a few days ago we talked about the work of the Big G developers to implement “PartitionAlloc-everywhere”, a string that will allow the browser to start more quickly using less RAM and better managing system resources.

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