[Fox News] How to group tabs in different browsers to stop tab overload

If you’re anything like me, you probably have several tabs open on your browser. I often have tabs open dedicated to my emails, research for work, articles I’m writing and additional tabs off to the side for news.

A simple way to keep everything organized is by creating group tabs. Today, we will show you how to create group tabs in our favorite browsers: Chrome, Edge, Safari and Firefox, but first let’s go over the basics of tab browsing.

Tab browsing allows you to have multiple websites open in the same browser window. This multitasking capability is essential for keeping track of various online resources simultaneously, whether it’s your email, research, work articles or the latest news.

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Creating a new tab is like adding another piece of paper to your desk. It’s simple:

Once you have all your tabs open, it’s time to organize them. Here’s how to group tabs in Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Safari and Firefox browsers:

Grouping tabs in Google Chrome is quick and easy to do:

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The process of creating tab groups in Microsoft’s Edge browser is also easy to do:

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Creating a tab in Apple’s Safari browser is a bit different from the two above. Follow these steps to create a tab group:

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While tab groupings are a built-in feature in most browsers, Firefox doesn’t support them by itself. The easiest way to do this is by using one of our favorite browser extensions: OneTab. OneTab is available for Chrome, Edge, Safari, in addition to Firefox, and you may like its features more than the built-in tab grouping features of the browsers we’ve already highlighted.

Here’s how to install and setup OneTab for Firefox:

OneTab is a great browser extension that allows you to save all the tabs you have open as a list, making it easy to restore them whenever you want. As an added bonus, OneTab helps cut down on browser RAM costs, helping your online browsing experience function faster. OneTab also lets you:

Available on: Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari

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OneTab is one of our favorite browser extensions, but now that Chrome, Safari and Edge have introduced tab groupings, it’s now only a must-have if you use any other browser such as Firefox. Luckily, installing and setting up OneTab is just as easy as creating tag groups in any browser. Browser tabs are a great way to keep yourself organized, especially if you work with multiple browser windows open at once. I’ve always been a browser hoarder, and creating groups of tabs is a great way to keep everything under control.

How do you balance the convenience of having multiple tabs open with the need to maintain focus and efficiency in your digital workspace? Let us know by writing us at Cyberguy.com/Contact.

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[Fox News] How to securely lock your iPhone, iPad from prying eyes

Keeping your personal information safe is more important than ever. Your iPhone and iPad contain a wealth of sensitive data, from personal photos to financial information. This guide will walk you through the process of securing your Apple devices from prying eyes.

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The first line of defense for your device is a strong passcode. Here’s how to set one up:

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For an additional layer of security, enable biometric authentication, if your device supports it:

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To further protect your iPhone and iPad, follow these additional security measures.

1) Make sure to use a password manager to keep track of all your passwords. It will also help you generate and store complex passwords. 

2) Use two-factor authentication (2FA) as an extra shield to prevent hackers from getting into your accounts. 

3) Keep your operating system and all software up to date to protect against security threats.

4) Regularly backup your data in case you need to restore it in the future.

5) Have strong antivirus software. The best way to protect yourself from clicking malicious links that install malware that may get access to your private information is to have antivirus protection installed on all your devices. This can also alert you of any phishing emails or ransomware scams. Get my picks for the best 2024 antivirus protection winners for your Windows, Mac, Android and iOS devices.

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Securing your iPhone and iPad is a crucial step in protecting your personal information. By following these steps to set a strong passcode and enable biometric security, you’ve significantly increased the security of your device. Remember that security is an ongoing process, so regularly updating your software and backing up your data are essential practices to maintain the safety of your digital life. Stay vigilant and keep your devices locked away from prying eyes.

What additional steps do you take to secure your mobile devices, and have you ever experienced a situation where these security measures proved crucial? Let us know by writing us at Cyberguy.com/Contact.

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