One Tab

One Tab 1.18

OneTab to rule them all in Chrome

The internet is so big, it can be hard to stick to one task at a time. You begin by looking up a cinema time. You then open a page about the film and another with reviews. You open your email to get your tickets. You open social media too, of course, to see what’s going on elsewhere. Soon you can barely use the browser, but OneTab is a free tool to reduce those tabs without losing your place. View full description

PROS

  • Super easy to play
  • Can be very surprising

CONS

  • Quite repetitive
  • Some bugs reported

The internet is so big, it can be hard to stick to one task at a time. You begin by looking up a cinema time. You then open a page about the film and another with reviews. You open your email to get your tickets. You open social media too, of course, to see what’s going on elsewhere. Soon you can barely use the browser, but OneTab is a free tool to reduce those tabs without losing your place.

Let your browser breathe again

OneTab is designed to work with both Chrome and Firefox. This is simple an extension and it sits in the top corner of Chrome, as a funnel icon. When you have too many tabs, click the funnel and it quickly converts all those open tabs into a list, on a single tab. OneTab shows the last things you viewed as a list of links, so you can open them again at your leisure. Not only can this help with organisation, but it can make your computer run faster too, saving up to 95% memory space. Some web pages will seriously slow the computer down, even in the background. You can even use this software to share your recent tabs with others.

A simple tool with limited uses

OneTab is very handy for sorting out that crazy tab situation, but otherwise it doesn’t have many other uses. This is certainly just for some users. However, it’s also free, private and easy to install and uninstall in seconds, so there’s nothing to lose by trying it.

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One Tab 1.18