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How to Organize Tabs in Firefox With FoxTabs

Download of the Day: FoxTab

I'm not shy about admitting that I struggle with too many open tabs in my browser, and it turns out most of you do the same thing! You offered a few different solutions, so I figured I'd try them out. First up, FoxTab, as suggested by reader SaBean21.

After downloading the FoxTab add-on, you'll see a blue icon to the left of the address bar. Click on it to see all of your open tabs displayed on one screen — in 3D! There are so many ways to customize this add-on. Find out more about it after the break.

From changing the background color (mine is currently an awesome shade of red but you can even upload your own image) to changing the way tabs are displayed, you can customize FoxTab to your aesthetic tastes. Flip through each tabbed window as you would flip through a row of files in a filing cabinet, arrange them side by side to see up to 20 tabs on one screen, or scroll through them from left to right. I've had FoxTab installed on my computer for approximately 15 minutes, and I already can't imagine my browsing life without it.

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