Group tabs by priority, subject, or task, and collapse or expand each tab group as you work.
We got a look at them previously and found coloured tab groups remarkably useful.
From there, you can drag and drop tabs into a group easily. However, a regular complaint with the browser over the years has been the RAM/memory management of the browser-things can really slow down once you have multiple tabs open.
Rain and storms expected Tuesday; Laura expected to become major hurricane
Then a little less than a month later came Hurricane Rita which struck southwest Louisiana on September 24 as a Category 3 storm. Over the weekend, Laura's remnants are predicted to spread rains into the middle-Mississippi, lower OH and Tennessee Valleys.
Chrome is speeding up load times for active tabs by taking back resources from the tabs that have been idle for a while, the blog added. Chrome Beta will now, by default, give users an image preview that is a snapshot of the actual page that's loaded in the tab. And not only will these performance improvements mean faster page-load times, we'll also see better battery life and potentially meme-diminishing memory savings, too. You'll even be able to reopen these files again and pick up where you left off.
Internet search giant Google has introduced new features to its popular Chrome browser, which it said will make page loading speeds 10 per cent faster and will allow users to group commonly-used tabs. Available first on Chromebook-and, I assume, coming later to touch-based Windows PCs-Chrome now provides a new touchscreen interface with larger and more easily organized tabs. According to Google, this was one of Chrome's most requested features. Once you start typing, the normal history suggestions will show up and any related open tabs will be in the mix with a different icon to the right to indicate that you're clicking on a page that's already open. This recycling of resources should hopefully go a long way to improving the general speed of Chrome while also making the browser less demanding on systems. That's changing in Chrome 85, but the feature is - as always - a rollout. Not only can you copy a link and send it to Chrome on other devices, but you can now also print a page or generate a QR code to scan or download.
Crucially, the enhancements to Chrome as introduced on Tuesday now also includes the ability for the users to fill out and save PDF forms directly from Chrome.