Create Tab Groups in Android’s Chrome Browser

Recently, Google has been working on a lot features to increase user experience on Chrome. They have included another feature of tab group in Android’s Chrome browser. 

“Tab groups”, is one of the best features launched by Chrome as it allows users to be more organized. This feature allows you bunch up your tabs into more useful chunks rather than randomly scattering them across your browser or on your phone, on separate pages. In order to access this unique feature today, you will have to enable a semi-hidden flag in your browser.   

How to Create Tab Groups in Android’s Chrome Browser? 

The process of creating tab groups is not difficult, start by making sure you’re running the latest version of Chrome on your Android device that is updatable via the Google Play Store.  

Then, simply launch the browser and enter this into the address bar: chrome://flags 

You’ll be taken to a screen; 

Search for “Tab Grid,” tap on the drop-down for the Tab Grid Layout flag, then select the regular “Enabled” option. Then, relaunch Chrome and tap on the box to the right side of your address bar to open up a few new tabs. Now, you’ll see that they’re now organized in a grid layout.  

How do you group these tabs? 

 It’s very easy. All you have to do is to simply long-press on one and drag it over another. Repeat this process to add more tabs to your tab group. 

You can also tap into the group itself and use the “+” icon to add new tabs within it whatever fits in. 

If you want to group multiple tabs at once then, tap on the triple-dot icon in the upper-right corner of this screen and select the new Group tabs option. Then, you’ll be able to just tap on all the free tabs you want to arrange in a group, and then tap the Group button to make them become new friends. 

Finally, if you long-press on any hyperlink in a normal Chrome window, you’ll see the option to open the new tab in a group. Tap it, and the original page you were viewing will now be grouped together with the new link you long-pressed, and you’ll see icons for both at the bottom of your Chrome browser.  

This is the easy method for navigating between tabs in your group, and you can also use the “+” icon to the right to quickly add more tabs. 

If you don’t like the grid layout or tab groups, you can always disable the feature again using the same Tab Grid Layout flag as before. Simply set it to “disabled,” and your browser will revert to the way it was before. 

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Beautiful Nordic views have been added to Microsoft Flight Simulator

Asobo Studios, the developer of Microsoft Flight Simulator for Xbox Series consoles has added some new touches that gamers will love just in time for the game’s debut next month. 

This upcoming ‘World Update V,’ according to The Verge, will focus on the Nordic area, especially Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, adding breathtaking views to an already aesthetically gorgeous title. 

The payout for some additional focus on landscapes and metropolitan areas with detailed architecture for you to fly around showing off anything from old castles to modern stadiums, towers, and bridges was just unveiled in a brief clip. 

The expanded locations include “100 airports and 77 carefully selected sites of interest,” according to the team. The teaser features the Lego House and Frederiksborg Castle, as well as the Arctic Cathedral and Sarek National Park. 

The Xbox release date has been set for July 27th, following multiple upgrades that have optimized the game and even reduced its massive initial installation size. 

If you want the whole Nordic experience, it’s now available in Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish, according to The Verge. Anyone with a competent PC may get this latest update for free. 

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Beautiful Nordic views have been added to Microsoft Flight Simulator

Asobo Studios, the developer of Microsoft Flight Simulator for Xbox Series consoles has added some new touches that gamers will love just in time for the game’s debut next month. 

This upcoming ‘World Update V,’ according to The Verge, will focus on the Nordic area, especially Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, adding breathtaking views to an already aesthetically gorgeous title. 

The payout for some additional focus on landscapes and metropolitan areas with detailed architecture for you to fly around showing off anything from old castles to modern stadiums, towers, and bridges was just unveiled in a brief clip. 

The expanded locations include “100 airports and 77 carefully selected sites of interest,” according to the team. The teaser features the Lego House and Frederiksborg Castle, as well as the Arctic Cathedral and Sarek National Park. 

The Xbox release date has been set for July 27th, following multiple upgrades that have optimized the game and even reduced its massive initial installation size. 

If you want the whole Nordic experience, it’s now available in Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish, according to The Verge. Anyone with a competent PC may get this latest update for free. 

Microsoft is popular for its Microsoft Office 365 with which you may communicate from anywhere and operate in a safe environment. It boosts productivity and aids in the growth of your company. It allows you to save time and money while receiving worry-free IT support. 

IT Company offers you exceptional service that is tailored to your company’s needs. Our specialists will offer you with first-rate assistance and ensure that your software is up to date and optimized so that you can get the most out of your technological investment. 

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Beautiful Nordic views have been added to Microsoft Flight Simulator

Asobo Studios, the developer of Microsoft Flight Simulator for Xbox Series consoles has added some new touches that gamers will love just in time for the game’s debut next month. 

This upcoming ‘World Update V,’ according to The Verge, will focus on the Nordic area, especially Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, adding breathtaking views to an already aesthetically gorgeous title. 

The payout for some additional focus on landscapes and metropolitan areas with detailed architecture for you to fly around showing off anything from old castles to modern stadiums, towers, and bridges was just unveiled in a brief clip. 

The expanded locations include “100 airports and 77 carefully selected sites of interest,” according to the team. The teaser features the Lego House and Frederiksborg Castle, as well as the Arctic Cathedral and Sarek National Park. 

The Xbox release date has been set for July 27th, following multiple upgrades that have optimized the game and even reduced its massive initial installation size. 

If you want the whole Nordic experience, it’s now available in Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish, according to The Verge. Anyone with a competent PC may get this latest update for free. 

Microsoft is popular for its Microsoft Office 365 with which you may communicate from anywhere and operate in a safe environment. It boosts productivity and aids in the growth of your company. It allows you to save time and money while receiving worry-free IT support. 

IT Company offers you exceptional service that is tailored to your company’s needs. Our specialists will offer you with first-rate assistance and ensure that your software is up to date and optimized so that you can get the most out of your technological investment. 

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How Confident Is Your Business In Recovering From A Breach?

Did you know that 90% of small businesses ignore data protection? Does this shock you as much as it shocks us? But implementing a proper security system is easier than you think. Check out this article to learn more about how you can build a strong defense against cyberattacks. And contact our team to help you level up your cyberattack defense.

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