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Windows 7: Chrome

23 Mar 2016   #11
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W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

Chrome, Firefox and IE can all have tabs* side by side.

*we call those windows. Technically, they are frames.

You can drag a tab away from its original window to create a new window.


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