OneTab Extension for Google Chrome and Firefox

How the OneTab Extension Works

Whenever you find yourself with too many tabs, click the OneTab extension icon to convert all of your tabs into a list. When you need to access the tabs again, you can either restore them individually or all at once.

When your tabs are in the OneTab list, you will save up to 95% of memory because you will have reduced the number of tabs open in Google Chrome.

Privacy Assurance

We take your privacy seriously. Your tab URLs are never transmitted or disclosed to either the OneTab developers or any other party, and icons for tab URL domains are generated by Google. The only exception to this is if you intentionally click on our ‘share as a web page’ feature that allows you to upload your list of tabs into a web page in order to share them with others. Tabs are never shared unless you specifically use the ‘share as a web page’ button.

How Do You Make Money?

The OneTab extension is free of charge and is not designed to make money. It was created because we badly *needed* it for our own use, and we wanted to share it with the world.

Additional Benefits

Depending on how many scripts are running inside your tabs, moving them to OneTab can also speed up your computer by reducing the CPU load. We have also had reports that this also contributes to your computer resuming from sleep more quickly.

More Features

The OneTab extension lets you easily export and import your tabs as a list of URLs. You can also create a web page from your list of tabs, so that you can easily share your tabs with other people, other computers, or with your smartphone or tablet.

You can drag and drop tabs in your OneTab list to reorder them. You can also hold down the Ctrl or Cmd key while restoring tabs and they will remain in your OneTab list (meaning you can use OneTab as a way of quickly launching a set of commonly used tabs). OneTab supports retina displays. Note that the OneTab extension is designed to leave in place any ‘pinned’ tabs you have.

You will not lose your list of tabs if you accidentally close the OneTab window, if your browser crashes, or if restart your computer.

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1 comment for “OneTab Extension for Google Chrome and Firefox

  1. December 25, 2014 at 3:06 am

    My browser of choice was Safari. I tried all the other major web browsers: Firefox, Explorer, Chrome, Opera (and many of the minor ones too). Out of all of them, Safari was my browser of choice. Safari was fast and suited well to my needs. About two weeks ago, that changed completely. I started to get error messages on websites. Buttons stopped working. I lost functionality. When my Facebook buttons completely vanished, I knew the Safari days were almost over. I had no choice, but to switch to a more function browser. Time is precious and I hate to wait for pages to load.

    A few days ago, I decided to try Chrome again. I have been testing out Google+. Oddly, I have become more open to using a Google operated browser than I once was. Unfortunately, the Chrome experience was terrible. As soon as I opened up more than 8-10 tabs, Chrome started to slow down significantly. At 14 tabs, my work flow started to be seriously hampered. After two days of abysmal, browsing speed, I was ready to give up on Chrome and switch to the Firefox browser.

    Then, you told me about OneTab.

    I wish that I could get paid for telling people about the OneTab Chrome plugin. I like OneTab so much, I would tell people about it all the time. I can’t make any money as an affiliate, however, because OneTab is free. Not only does OneTab help me get my work done, it is completely free.

    When I decided to follow your advice and test OneTab, I actually had 10-12 tabs open in Chrome. My workflow was trudging along. To install OneTab, I didn’t even have to close Chrome. I just clicked the install button. Five seconds later, the OneTab icon appeared in the right corner of the Chrome browser. As soon as I clicked the OneTab icon, all my open tabs compressed into one. Amazingly, Chrome started working briskly again. It was that easy.

    Now, every time I have too many windows open and Chrome starts to slow down, I click the OneTab icon and the problem is solved. OneTab was easy to install and is easy to use. OneTab is my favorite Chrome plugin.

    Thanks for telling me about OneTab.

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