Every day we spend a lot of time in front of a computer. Usually, our attention is divided according to the information we seek, receive or find.
Most of the time, we find a number of helpful resources, we open social networks, email and suddenly the number of tabs that are open in our browser is very high. It decreases our computer performance, but also it becomes increasingly difficult to focus on what we do. With many sites open, we jump between email, social networks or a browser with useful information for the task on which we work. If it happened to you, I think you know what I mean.
I found an application that limits the number of open windows, called OneTab(https://www.one-tab.com). It is a Google Chrome extension.
It works simply as a button in the browser top bar.
When you have too many browsers opened, with just a simple click on OneTab button, all your windows will close and reappear as a list within a single window.
Through the application, the computer memory is used at its minimum. The application can also be used to save the open tabs in order to reopen them the next day (as you can see in the picture above).
Basically, you can open later some tabs and focus on the task you want to accomplish right now.
How many tabs are open in your browser?