SUMMARY: Right-click on the Google Chrome Tab Bar for more tab opening/closing options.
When more than one tab is open in Google Chrome's tab bar, several tab opening/closing features are available by right-clicking on a tab:
Duplicate: Creates a duplicate copy of the content in the tab in a new Google Chrome window
Close other Tabs: Closes all other tabs but the currently-selected tab
Close Tabs to the Right: Closes all tabs to the right of the currently-selected tab (when this tip was written, there was no "Close Tabs to the Left" feature)
Close Tabs opened by this Tab: Closes all tabs that the current tab opened, either via the webpage or by right-clicking a link and choosing "Open link in new tab")
Plus the following standard options are available:
New Tab: Creates a new tab (or press Ctrl + T)
Reload: Reloads the current tab (or press Ctrl + R)
Close Tab: Closes the current tab (or press Ctrl + W)
Return to the Google Chrome page.
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