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Tab Splitter Extension for Opera

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This one’s for anyone who uses the Opera web browser. If, like me, you have half a squillion tabs open at a time then you’ll also know what a chore it is to sort through them all and close down those which you really don’t need.

The Tab Splitter extension is a useful add-on for Opera which allows you to view a list of open tabs and select which ones you don’t need anymore, and close them with a simple click of a button.

It also allows you to group/ungroup or pin/unpin a selected batch of tabs, or even convert tabs which you select into “Private Browsing Tabs”, which will not be recorded in your typed in URL history or stored in your browser cache.

Get it here: https://addons.opera.com/en-gb/extensions/details/tab-splitter/

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Support our caregiving

Support our caregiving

If you found anything on this site of use, interesting, or even mildly amusing then please consider dropping a few pennies in the jar to help us to take care of our disabled son who contracted encephalitis in 2007 at the age of 6 and who is now confined to a wheelchair. He is getting bigger as his mother and I get older, imagine that, please. Every penny we collect goes towards his upkeep, and towards his future care requirements.

Thank you.