FAQ

FAQs

Q: How can I set my browser to open new tabs instead of new windows?
A: Adjust the settings of the browser you’re using so that each URL opens in a new tab. This saves memory and makes your desktop look more organized and cleaner. When using Internet Explorer, go to “Tools” then “Internet Options” and click the “Settings” button found in the “Tabs” section. Make sure the “always open pop-ups in a new tab” option is selected before saving changes. In Firefox, access the “Edit” menu and choose “Preferences” followed by “Tabs.” Place a check mark next to “Force links that open new windows to open in” followed by “a new tab” before saving changes.

Q: Whenever I open a lot of different URLs, my computer runs very slow. How do I fix this?
A: Reduce the number of URLs you are opening. Keep in mind that every single process, program, application, file or website that you have running saps your computer’s memory and drastically reduces its speed.

Q: Is my information safe when I use Tabs Opener ?
A: You don’t have to worry about this. Our website does not store any information that you enter.

Q: does Tabs Opener have access to my list of links ?
A: You don’t have to worry about this either. We use local storage to save the links in your machine.