Unusual browser behaviour in Firefox - I can't re-open closed tabs any more. For a long time I've made use of Firefox's 're-open closed tabs' feature - (CTRL-SHIFT-T on a PC). I would shut a tab just as I realised I still needed it, hit the keys and it pinged back just as it was. However, in the last couple of months this functionality has totally vanished and that key combo simply brings up a new blank window. What have I broken? In a related development, about 50% of the time, CTRL-clicking on a browser link doesn't open the link in a new tab, it opens a blank tab instead. Any suggestions welcome.
What really is the difference between a new tab or a new window while using an internet browser? Does opening a tab take up less RAM than a new window or is it merely more convenient?
Are there any browsers that will allow me to open multiple links in one click? [more inside]
What's wrong with my CSS that makes top the nav render like this or this on some browsers, and how can I fix it? [more inside]
How do you manage a lot of open browser tabs? [more inside]
Can I get rid of the "open in new tab" option on the right-click menu in firefox? [more inside]
I can't seem to get Firefox tabs to work in the way I want them to. (more inside) [more inside]