Wednesday, 12 August 2009
LSTAR: Being a frequent victim of the scourge of Tabsplosion, I've been looking for ways to cut down on open pages and shorten Firefox's startup times. One of the best solutions I've found is an Extension called Aging Tabs that gradually alters a Tab's appearance based on how long it's been unused (either in seconds, or page changes).
The way I have it set up, tabs change from pale cream to dark grey in 5% increments over the course of 20 minutes of inactivity. Anything that's darkened completely, I can generally assume is safe to close.
How do you keep your browsing under control?
And if you're still stuck using Internet Explorer... I have nothing to say to you...
Posted by LSTAR at 00:39