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.
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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.
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.
Windows/Chrome: If you have a lot of tabs open in Chrome and want to quickly find one without clicks or Ctrl+Tab, just say the site's name in your microphone and Tabs Board will locate it for you. This extension seems gimmicky at first, but the more you use it, the more you realise it has a purpose for power users.