Spaces Manages Chrome Windows, Saves Tab Layouts For Later

Spaces Manages Chrome Windows, Saves Tab Layouts For Later
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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 extension will show you a list of all the open Chrome windows you have at a time, show you which tabs you have open in each one, and quickly jump between them. Handily, you can open a few tabs in a window, give the space a name, and then you can quickly open them later. This is particularly handy when you have a few tabs you need for a given task, but don’t want to keep them open all the time.

Spaces [Chrome Web Store via Ghacks]


  • The inventor of tabs was a genius? What?

    Application that makes lots of windows? How about we use this thing called “MDI” that has been around since forever to gather all of the windows?

  • Already have one of these extensions and “Spaces” isn’t the name of it.. It’s called “Session Buddy”. I use it for when I am studying and need to have a huge amount of tabs open. Then I just save my session and can bring it up later in total or selectively from the listings.

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