Alright, maybe not so much of the browser itself, but how it manages sessions. I always have many tabs open. More often than not, they are completely unrelated stuffs and I like to jump from one thing to another. Sometimes I like to close one session (a group of tabs) and get back to it later. But I can’t.
Something needs to be done about that.
I don’t know if there are any solutions for it. But take a look at my desktop right now.
I’m just doing my daily stuffs and not heavy browsing. I have no choice but to use another browser (Opera) to view my Manga, so that I know that, every time I open Opera, all the Manga that I was reading will be there.
Sometimes when I’m reading an article. I found something I don’t know and decide to search on it. Then, I find something else interesting related and opened more tabs in that new window. It makes it hard for me to manage all of it without any form of session control.
“It is really annoying for me.”
Also, let’s say in the midst of all my browsing, something cropped up and I want to start an entirely new session without messing up the rest of my windows, it’s messy if I open a new tab in Chrome, it’s not organized if I open a new Chrome window. So I have to use another browser, for eg. IE9 or Firefox. So that I know that, if I accidentally close that window, I can restore my entire session.
Please, someone implement some sort of session control so that people can restore their sessions easily. And be able to create a shortcut?
I found that I could save all open tabs into a group in Google Chrome 14. Right click on the tab and and press bookmark all tabs. Or you can use Ctrl + Shift + D alternatively.
I guess that would work. But.. if you look at my bookmarks.
and each folder it’s kind of like this
So it’s not really a viable option for me. Not to mention that I can have 20~30+ tabs open at the same time. Well. Maybe you really can’t use what I do as normal usage. Still, I really hope that someone would do something about this.