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How to automatically close inactive tabs in Chrome [Tip]

When you’re multitasking, you can’t help but open too many tabs and then before you know it, it already becomes a habit. The thing is if you open multiple tabs, you’ll need to manually close them all after you’re done. If you also opt to bulk close your tabs, you’ll be left without a choice but to start all over again.

Fortunately, there’s a more efficient solution to your tabbed browsing problem. All you need to do is to set a specific time to automatically close your inactive tabs. You can also lock the tabs that you wish to keep open. This can be made possible for as long as you’re using Chrome.

So if you want to learn how, just feel free to read on.

How to automatically close inactive tabs in Chrome

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It’s that simple.