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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Thunderscreech, Sep 14, 2008.
How has tabbed browsing (a la Firefox) changes the way you use internet?
I use tabbed browsing, but all I can think of is that is saves maybe one second each time I'm on the internet in that I can just close one window instead of 2 or 3. My habits are basically the same.
Yeah, what changed is I use tabbed browsing. Useful, but not exactly a big whoop.
Tabbed browsing was yet another invention to help facilitate the porn-watching process.
I can load like 8-9 videos at a time and pick and choose which ones I like.
I've actually got tabbed browsing disabled. I can switch between windows quicker than I can switch between tabs.
Though it can be somewhat confusing when multi-tasking (ie watching multiple pornos at once)
The phrase "wait... she wasnt black before" has been said by myself more times than ever since I discovered tabbed browsing.
If you're using FF, ctrl+tab and ctrl+shift+tab allow you to switch quickly.
And, yes, tabbed browsing has changed my internet usage. Instead of making a judgment call on whether every little factoid is worth the effort of further pursuit, I can just ctrl+t and hit tab. Voila, google reveals all with minimal effort.
Tabbed Browsing = That's so last year
With Firefox download the extension "Speed Dial"
All The Tabs PLUS I Can have nine or more web pages pictures I can click on, No more Rummaging through Bookmarks
So easy to use and a time saver.... +1