If you conduct research online, you likely run into the problem of burying search results under a trail of links. It's frustrating to locate later a previous result, clicking backward through various pages to locate it. A better way to search is to open results in new tabs. You can close the tabs that don't amount to much, keeping open the tabs that may aid your research.
Sure, you can right-click on a link from Google's search results page to open it in a new tab, but that quickly grows tiresome. Instead, tell Google to open results … Read more