Select And Move Multiple Tabs To A New Window In Chrome

Select And Move Multiple Tabs To A New Window In Chrome

Windows: We all let our open tabs get out of control sometimes (or at least that’s what I tell myself to feel more comfortable about the chaos). If you ever need to move multiple tabs to a new window, select them all by holding down Control and drag.

On Windows or Linux, you can hold down Control and select multiple tabs in the same way you select multiple files in Explorer. Then simply drag them out and create a new window, or move the tabs to another existing window, exactly the same as you would with a single tab. For some reason, this trick doesn’t seem to work on Chrome for Mac.

Can You Move Multiple Chrome Tabs to a New Window? [How-To Geek]

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