How to Duplicate a Web Page in Google Chrome
Sometimes, while you are browsing on the web, specific tasks may require duplicating a web page and opening a copy of it in another tab. It is possible to duplicate web pages in Google Chrome browser and we will demonstrate how to do that in this tutorial.
You may need to duplicate a web page for several reasons such as keeping the new one open and intact and making a change in the original one. Here is how to duplicate a web page in Chrome:
Right Click on the Tab Title Bar
You can duplicate a web page by right clicking on the tab title bar and selecting Duplicate option from the menu.
The original page will be duplicated and opened in a new tab.
You can now work on two identical pages as you wish. You can also create more duplicates of a given page if needed.
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