Like most of the modern web browsers out there, Microsoft Edge fully integrates tabbed browsing. How to open links in a new tab? How to re-open closed tabs? How to duplicate tabs? Here are some tips to use Microsoft Edge more efficiently.
To open a link in a new tab, simply right-click on the latter and select Open in new tab from the contextual menu:
Alternatively you can click on the desired link while holding the CTRL + Shift keys down.
You can either use the CTRL + T shortcut or click on the small + button in the Tab bar to open a new browser tab:
You have accidentally closed a browser tab? No worry, right-click on any opened tab and select Reopen closed tab or use the CTRL + Shift + T hotkey to achieve the same result:
Right-clicking on a tab displays a context menu with the following options: Reopen closed tab, Closed other tabs, Close tabs to the right, Refresh all tabs, Duplicate tab and Move tab to a new window.
You can also configure Microsoft Edge to open your new tabs with Top sites and suggested content, Top sites only or using A blank page. The procedure is as follows: Click on the More Actions menu > Settings > Advanced Settings, click on the Open new tabs with menu and make your selection:
Here are some useful keyboard shortcuts to manage your tabs:
Ctrl+W: Close the current tab
Ctrl+Shift+Tab: Move to the previous tab
Ctrl+Tab: Move to next tab