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My great accomplishment yesterday was reducing the number of open tabs in my browser from 168 to 92.
I've read a lot of tab complaints like this over the years, but I've never quite understood them. Once you open up more than 20 or 30 tabs, there's not enough screen space to identify them even with a tiny icon (see below). So they're completely blank. Do people keep opening up tabs anyway, even though they're just tiny slivers that are totally unidentifiable? Or do they use add-ins of some kind that allow you to open lots of tabs but still retain some kind of minimal ID?
Just curious. Somehow I always feel like I'm missing something obvious when I read someone blogging or tweeting about this.