How to Open a New Tab in Google Chrome
If you need to view or work on multiple web pages at the same time, you should know how to easily open new tabs in your web browser. There are a number of ways to open a new tab in Google Chrome and we will demonstrate each of them in this tutorial.
Ctrl + T
When you have Chrome open and active, you can open a new tab by pressing Ctrl + T keys simultaneously. A new empty tab will be opened.
New Tab Button
You can open a new tab by clicking on the New Tab button. This button is located to the right of the last open tab's title bar.
Click the Customize and control Google Chrome button on the upper right corner just below the close button.
Select New Tab option from the menu. A new empty tab will be opened.
Right Click on a Tab Title Bar
You can open a new tab by right clicking on a tab title bar and selecting New Tab option from the menu. A new empty tab will be opened.
Right Click on a Link
When you right click on a link on a web page, a dropdown menu will pop up. You can then select Open link in new tab option to open that link in a new tab.
Middle Click (Mousewheel) on a Link
If you have a mousewheel on your mouse, clicking on a link on a web page by the mousewheel button will open that link in a new tab.
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