If you’re like me there are simply times when you just need to have thirty tabs open for various projects or random things you were looking up and it gets to the point where you actually need every single one of those thirty. This creates an issue because sure, you can just bookmark them all for later, but that just means you’ll have to reopen them and have that time wasted. There is a great extension for Chrome which allows you to make this scenario easily solved. It is called OneTab. This extension allows you to save as many sets of tabs you have up in a browser as you want. The best part of this feature is that you can export them or import them from or to other browsers or services.
The main selling feature of this extension is that it saves incredible amounts of memory on your system. With a plethora of tabs open it’s like a drain of memory just going straight down the hole. If you use OneTab and save the tabs, but don’t have them all opened it can cut the memory usage by 95% usually. This means a faster load time and a faster computer in general.
This is a simple app, but the effects are pretty outstanding. The only thing that many other reviews have mentioned that I also noticed is the inability to export a single group of tabs. If you are going to export any sets of tabs you have to export every single set of saved tabs you have in the extension. This just makes it more complicated than it needs to be and mucks up the process. Almost positively there will be a fix for this sometime in the future.
Source: OneTab for Chrome
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