Tuesdayâ€™s Technology Tip
Little â€˜bytesâ€™ of information to hopefully make your computing life easier.
When you have multiple web pages open at once, each one can be displayed on a separate tab, rather than in a separate window. These tabs make it easy for you to switch between open websites without having to manage multiple windows.
In Internet Explorer, Quick Tabs provides a miniature visual view (called a thumbnail) of all your open tabs. This makes it easier to switch to the webpage that you want to view. With multiple tabs open, press Ctrl-Q to see thumbnails of your open tabs. Click on the thumbnail of the webpage you want to switch to.
Here is a screen shot of a Quick Tabs view in Internet Explorer (click to enlarge):
This tip is taken from Nancy Wilhelm’s great Tips & Tricks newsletter. A new issue appears monthly, and can be found on the homepage of WITS. Loook in Public Documents | Common for Entire District | Tips & Tricks | Newsletter.