Tabs To The Front Automatically Focuses New Chrome Tabs

Chrome: When you right click on a link in Chrome and open it in a new tab, it opens it up in the background. Tabs to the Front switches this behaviour to automatically focus on your newly opened tab.

It isn’t for everyone, but for those of you that would prefer Chrome automatically focus on the link you just opened, it’s a simple extension that changes the default behaviour for you. We still find it kind of annoying that Chrome doesn’t build this option into its preferences, like Firefox does, but at least we have extensions to save the day. Check out the video above for a quick demo.

Tabs to the Front is a free download, works wherever Chrome does.

Tabs to the Front! [Chrome Web Store]

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