The way I do it is simple. Grab a bookmark in a tab, open a new tab, repeat until a dozen or so tabs with websites are open on my browser.
What’s the problem? All those open webpages inside browser tabs suck up a lot of memory, and that causes browsers to become sluggish, starting first with Firefox, then Safari, and finally Google’s Chrome. Can the tab clutter and memory problem be solved?
Yes. Add OneTab, a free utility for your Mac that removes the cluttered tabs bar and can save over 90-percent of the used memory of all those open tab webpages.
The way OneTab works is rather simple. Open up all the websites you’d normally have open in multiple window tabs. Cluttered, right? Click the OneTab icon and all the websites and tabs become a list on a single page.
That reduces memory drastically, but still gives you one-click access to each website’s webpage.
Does it work?
Yes, and instantly. I’ve had fewer problems with many open tabs in Chrome, but Firefox and Safari are notorious for becoming sluggish when too many tabs and webpages are open.
OneTab is free. Is there a catch? Yes. It works for Chrome and Firefox but not Safari (yet).