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1) Help for Safari mobile browser - IOS (Iphone+Ipad)
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3) Help for Explorer browser - windows (Microsoft Edge)6
4) Help for Firefox mobile browser
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BROWSER IS NOT OPENING EXTRA WINDOWS?
Open Browser Settings and check the preferences and/or defaults. Also check the anti-virus default settings.

1) Help for Safari mobile browser - IOS (Iphone+Ipad)

On an iPhone, tap the show pages icon in the bottom right of the screen (looks like two squares). (On iPad, skip this step.)
Tap on the + button.

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You can alternatively tap and hold on the Pages icon, then tap New Tab. You can additionally open links you come across in a new tab.
1) Touch and hold (long press) the link you want to open in a new tab.
2) Tap on Open in New Tab (or Open in Background if you've changed the Safari setting accordingly).


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Help for Safari mobile browser - Youtube

How to switch tabs in Safari on iPhone and iPad

1) On an iPhone, tap the show pages icon in the bottom right of the screen (looks like two squares). (On iPad, skip this step.)
2) Tap on the tab you want to switch to.


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If you're using an iPhone or iPad, you'll be able to tap or scroll horizontally between tabs in your toolbar.

How to close a tab in Safari on iPhone and iPad

1) On an iPhone, tap the show pages icon in the bottom right of the screen (looks like two squares). (On iPad, skip this step.)
2) Tap on the X in the top left of your tab to close it. (You can also touch the card and swipe to the left to throw it away).


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If you're on an iPad, you need only tap the X next to your tab in the toolbar to close it. You can also scroll horizontally across tabs to find the one you wish to close, if you have too many open.

How to quickly close all tabs

1) On an iPhone or iPad, tap and hold the show pages icon in the bottom right of the screen (looks like two squares).
2) Tap Close All Tabs.


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H 1) On an iPhone, tap the show pages icon in the bottom right of the screen (looks like two squares). (On iPad, skip this step.)
2) Tap and hold on the + button to bring up the Recently Closed Tabs screen.


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1) On an iPhone, tap the show pages icon in the bottom right of the screen (looks like two squares). (On iPad, skip this step.)
2) Scroll down to the bottom of the list to access your **iCloud Tabs.


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Each device linked to your iCloud account is sorted alphabetically by its name; if you don't see your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, continue scrolling.
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1) Launch Safari from your Home screen.
2) Tap on the show pages button at the bottom right of your screen. It looks like two squares.

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4) Tap on done at the bottom right of your screen in the prompt that appears confirming you are in Private Browsing Mode.

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To exit Private Browsing Mode, just repeat the same steps as above.
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2) Help for Chrome mobile browser - android (galaxy+)
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On the desktop version, that isn't a problem. On the Android version of Chrome, well, it can easily land in the out of sight, out of mind category. In the end, you'll wind up with thirty tabs open and your device will start running slowly. Or, you'll have those tabs open and find the method of Tapping the tab icon and swiping through the tabs to find what you want to view (Figure A). 4

Swiping through tabs on a Verizon-branded Droid Turbo.
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This can be an inefficient (and frustrating) exercise ─ especially when you switch tabs frequently. Thankfully, the Android developers have included another method of switching between tabs. Here's how you accomplish this:
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1. Open Chrome on your Android device
2. Open as many tabs as necessary (if you don't already have them open)
3. Swipe down until the address bar shows
4. Swipe to the left or right on the address bar (not from either edge of the screen) to move between tabs

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That's it! Quick and easy tab switching in Chrome for Android. Unfortunately, they have yet to create a simple gesture to close tabs. To do this you still have to tap on the tab icon, locate the tab to close, and tap the X on the tab window (or swipe the tab to the right or left). You can also drag downwards (starting from the address bar) to open the tab window.
This can be an inefficient (and frustrating) exercise ─ especially when you switch tabs frequently. Thankfully, the Android developers have included another method of switching between tabs. Here's how you accomplish this:
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With a simple swipe, you can switch between open tabs and even gain access to the tab management window.

3) Help for Explorer browser - windows (Microsoft Edge)
1. Open Edge.
2. Click the "three dots" symbol on the upper right part of Edge.
3. Click Settings.
4. Under Open Microsoft Edge with, click the drop-down menu.
5. Choose Previous pages.
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After performing the steps above, the tabs you've opened will be saved automatically. Please take note that if you close one of your tabs, your current tabs that are opened are the ones that will be saved.
You can also bookmark the websites you've visited so that you can access those websites easily.

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4) Help for Firefox mobile browser

Open a new tab in Firefox
Firefox Focus makes it easier to browse between web pages. Open multiple tabs. It's easy to view your open tabs when you're ready.
When you're done with your session, you can erase your session at the touch of a button.
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1. To open a link in a new tab
2. Tap and hold on a link on a page to bring up a menu.


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3. Tap Open link in new tab.

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The page will open in a new tab and a number will appear to indicate how many tabs you have open.
A number at the bottom right will tell you how many tabs you have open.
Tap that number to bring up a list of your open tabs.

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Tap the page you want to visit or choose Erase browsing history to end and erase your session.

5) Help for Opera mobile browser 4

1. Pin Tabs
How to Manage Tabs in Opera Like a Pro
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Opera has the ability to pin tabs to the taskbar. This can be accomplished simply by right-clicking on an Opera tab and then clicking Pin Tab. When a tab is pinned, it no longer has an X on the right side of the tab which can be used to close the tab. Instead it has a magnifying glass symbol.
Using the Pin Tab function allows you to make websites you visit very frequently, such as your search engine or a web-based email client, a permanent fixture in your web browser. When you use Pin Tab on a website in Opera it becomes permanent even if you close Opera. The website will still be pinned when you open Opera later.
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2. Using Follower Tabs

How to Manage Tabs in Opera Like a Pro
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The follower tab is a feature unique to Opera. You can create a follower tab by right-clicking on a current tab in the taskbar and then clicking Create Follower Tab. The follower tab will be blank when it first opens, but now any link you click on in the original tab will no longer open in that tab. Instead it will open in the follower tab.
Follower Opera tabs are handy when you are browsing a website and blog and you want to check out multiple articles. For example, let’s say you’re browsing Makeuseof.com and you found a post you want to read. However, you want to keep browsing the main page as well. You could use the follower tab feature to make browsing easier. When you find a post to read, simply click on it to open it in the follower tab. The functionality of the follower tab can also be achieved by simply opening new tabs, but the follower tab streamlines the process so that you are not constantly opening and closing tabs.
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3. Cascading and Tiling Tabs

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Opera tabs are unique from other web browsers in that they act more like windows than tabs, making the taskbar label of Opera’s tab manager very appropriate. The difference in how Opera handles tabs isn’t evident at first, but it becomes obvious when you right-click on a tab and then go to the Arrange section. Here you’ll find options on how to manage tabs in the Opera browser’s space.
From this menu, you can minimize or maximize all of your tabs. The more interesting options, however, are the Cascade, Tile Vertically and Tile Horizontally options. You can use this feature to tile all of your open tabs inside the Opera web browser. This feature can be used to easily arrange multiple websites so that they can be read together. It can also be used to pick out which tab you want to read, as you maximize any of the tiled tabs so that they take up the entire browser space.

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4. Use Session Management

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Opera has a built-in session manager by default. A session manager is a feature which can save all of the tabs which you are currently working on for later use. You can re-open these tabs at any time through the session manager. To try it, open a few tabs. Then click on the Opera menu button in the upper left hand corner of the browser. Go to Tabs and Windows > Sessions > Save This Session. Name the session and un-check the “Show these tabs and windows every time I start Opera” checkbox. Then click okay. Now close all of your open tabs.
Once all tabs are closed, go back to the Sessions menu. You should see the session you saved as a selection in the menu. If you click on it all of the tabs you had open will re-open, letting you pick up where you left off.
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Conclusion
These tab management features should make using tabs in Opera much easier, and they are features which, for the most part, other browsers cannot yet emulate. Once you know how to use Opera tabs, you’ll find that certain tasks, such as researching multiple websites or browsing blogs, is easier in Opera than in other browsers.