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Open in a new tab without right clicking

Press Ctrl while you click a link and it will open in a new tab :)

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opening tabs within a browser


Not exactly clear what you meant. Were you asking how to open additional tabs?

For most browsers:
Ctrl + T Opens new tab
Ctrl + N Opens new window
Ctrl + W Closes current tab
Ctrl + Tab Cycles through open tabs.

Alternatively most browsers has a tab that you can click to open new tabs (often has a + symbol on it).

Hope this answers your question. Please leave feedback.

Mar 21, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How do I find the undo tab in Internet Explorer 8 How can I receive a instrustion manual for Internet Explorer 8


Hi,

Please follow the below steps to undo Tab in IE8

To Reopen Closed Tabs in IE8 with Keyboard Shortcut

Press Ctrl + Shift + T keyboard shortcut will reopen the last closed tab. Press the same keyboard shortcut sequence again will open another tab that was closed prior before the previously opened tab. Ctrl + Shift + T supports restoration of up to last 10 tabs that are closed during the browsing session.

To Restore Closed Tabs in IE8 in New Tab Page

If may be easier to be able to browse and select which already closed tabs that user wants to reopen. IE8 provides such as option to reopen one or more closed tabs too, in "New Tab" page, which also displays complete web page titles of the closed tabs.

To open a new tab page, just press Ctrl + T keyboard shortcut, or click on New Tab button on the Tab bar.

Open New Tab in IE8

In the new tab page, there will be a Reopen closed tabs section. The last ten recently closed tabs that have been closed since starting Internet Explorer will be listed. Just click on the one that user wants to reopen. To reopen all closed tabs, just click on Open All link.

you may also download the user manual for IE8 from the below link,

http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/7...August%2008.pdf

Oct 09, 2010 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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create a new task


Start Windows Task Manager (Ctrl+alt+delete or right-click on taskbar -> task manager) Then click "file" in the top left corner and press "New Task(Run..)"

Jul 23, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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