Opening links in new tabs with single mouse click

So how do you open a link in a new Tab windows? Probably, by right-clicking links and selecting "Open link in new tab," you might not’ve realized that there's an easier way. Just use your middle mouse button (scroll wheel) to click a link, and it’ll open in a new tab in the background. "But wait," what […]

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So how do you open a link in a new Tab windows? Probably, by right-clicking links and selecting "Open link in new tab," you might not’ve realized that there's an easier way. Just use your middle mouse button (scroll wheel) to click a link, and it’ll open in a new tab in the background. "But wait," what if your "mouse doesn't have a middle button!" No problem -- just hold down the Ctrl key while clicking (with the left mouse button) on a link. Tested working in Internet Explorer 8, Opera, Google Chrome, Firefox browsers.


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