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Take A Five Limits Your Distractions With Self-Destructing Browser Tabs 

The internet has a tendency to bring even the most productive of days to a grinding halt. Take a Five lets you create a browser tab for distractions that self-destructs after a set time limit of your choosing.

Chrome's Dev Channel Mutes Auto-Play Media Opened In The Background

Ever open a YouTube video in a new tab, only to find that it’s started playing without you? Or a page that starts playing music before you’re ready? Chrome’s latest update will now mute those by default, until you navigate to the tab yourself.

Move Multiple Tabs In Chrome By Selecting Them With The Shift Key

If you have a bunch of tabs open in Chrome, you might want to select a group to move around at once. The Next Web Points out you can do this by simply holding down the Shift key as you select two different tabs.

Spaces Manages Chrome Windows, Saves Tab Layouts For Later

Chrome: The person who invented browser tabs was obviously a genius, but it left us with the problem of managing multiple open tabs. Spaces makes it easier by allowing you to save and jump between open windows of various tabs.

The Great Suspender Frees Up Memory By Suspending Browser Tabs

Chrome: Keeping tabs open for long periods of time for work is pretty normal. It’s why pinned tabs exist. If you only need those tabs a few times a day, though, having them open and taking up memory can be an unnecessary drain. The Great Suspender lightens the load by allowing you to suspend tabs and reload them when you choose.

Google Art Project Puts An Art Masterpiece On Every New Chrome Tab

Just as your browser’s homepage can be a source of inspiration, so can the new tab page, since you probably open it quite often. How about some fine art throughout your day?

Swipe Along The Navigation Bar To Switch Tabs In Chrome

Android (5.0+): In Lollipop, Google introduced a new style of tab management that treats individual Chrome tabs like distinct apps. If you have on-screen buttons, you can switch between related tabs by swiping along the navigation bar.

Mainichi Teaches You Japanese With Every New Chrome Tab

Chrome/Web: Learning another language can be difficult if you don’t immerse yourself in it every day. Mainichi is a Chrome new tab replacement and web app that teaches you (and reminds you of) everyday Japanese words.

Chrome Tab Search Adds A Spotlight-Like Search To Chrome

Chrome: If you’re the type to have a lot of tabs open in Chrome, you know that searching through them can be a pain. Chrome Tab Search makes things a little easier by adding a Spotlight-esque overlay to search through open tabs.

Tab Snooze Hides Tabs Until You Need Them

Chrome: Most of us tend to have a lot of tabs open. If you use tabs as reminders, Tab Snooze is an extension that makes managing that a little easier.

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