Chrome: Google Chrome has limited space for tab names, and they are also a resource hog. GraphiTabs is a tree-style tab management extension, which can open, close and suspend tabs in groups, as well as search through names.
The interface is similar to Google Maps — click to drag, scroll to zoom in and out. Each tab is auto-grouped under its website; you can’t make custom groups. To suspend all tabs from a particular website, right-click it and choose “Suspend” to free up that memory and remove those tabs from your title bar. The result is just like the Great Suspender extension.
In a similar way, you can also open or close all tabs of a particular website, or choose multiple tabs in the tree-style view and open/close them all at once.
GraphiTabs also searches through page headers to find what you are looking for; again, you can open, close or suspend these in batches.
It’s a simple extension that makes browser tab management easy, much like several others. GraphiTabs will soon also add the ability to bookmark tabs.