How to open links in a new tab: Chrome tips

by Himanshu Yadav on August 17, 2009

Tabs are the way to work with different pages on the same browser window. To open any link on a given page you need to right click on a link and choose open link in a new tab.

Tip:

File thumb How to open links in a new tab: Chrome tips When you click on  a link with a middle mouse button (also known as scroller wheel), the page will automatically open in a new tab.

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But if your mouse doesn’t have a middle button, or its middle button is not working, don’t get afraid. Just press the control button and click on the link.

Hope these tips are helpful to you to understand more about Google Chrome. We will provide some more tips regularly to keep you update.

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Peter Grabs July 1, 2010 at 3:03 am

since this pages comes up as one of the first if you look for problems with your middle button, you might wanna mention this here too:
https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/ikbkhpkapkmhaoiabhlkmicpeakhhpip

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