Browser tabs pile up easily and it can be difficult to find what you are looking for if you open more than 15 tabs. Fortunately, Google Chrome has an experimental feature that changes all that.
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Start Chrome and copy / paste the following to the omnibox:
chrome: // flags / # omnibox-tab -switch-suggestions.
chrome: // flags in the omnibox, press Enter, and then type "Tab Switch Suggestions" in the search box.
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from the Suggestions for Switching Tab drop-down menu Note: For this flag to work For Chrome OS, either the
# coming- ui-features Enabled or the flag
# top-chrome-md  enabled The flag 9009 is set to Refresh or Touchable Update . Unless you explicitly disable any of these options, you can use this feature in its default state.
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For the changes to take effect. Restart Chrome - Click the blue "Restart Now" button at the bottom of the Flags page (on Chrome OS, this button is "Now restart. ")
After Restarting Chrome Click on the Omnibox and look for an open tab. If the page is already open, click "Go" in the omnibox next to the URL suggestion. This feature also works for tabs that are open in other Chrome windows!
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The next time you look for an open tab among hundreds of others You only need to clear the text in the omnibox and enter a keyword linked to the page.