Want a faster surfing time? Well why won’t we get the juice of your browser?
The truth about this is, almost all of internet users just scratch the crust of the two most popular browsers in the world, the Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. If you use its hidden features it will save you a lot of time.
Tabbed Browsing –
Tabbed browsing is popularized by Mozilla Firefox. But when Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 had it as well, you can enjoy the tabbed browsing in the new IE without the problem of downloading a new browser.
Most of us are using this kind of technique when opening a new tab in Internet Explorer 7: We right click then choose new open in new tab. I have found the solution for that. Just press CTRL then click the link that you want then it will automatically open in a new tab.
In Mozilla, if you have a mouse wheel you could just press the mouse wheel and it will open in a new tab. The CTRL key will also apply in Mozilla.
Domain Shortcuts –
A lot of people are spending time typing the “www”, “org”, “net” and “.com” in web addresses. This is pointless. Instead of typing the “www” and “.com” in your IE browser you could just press Ctrl + Enter. For example you just type carlocab then press Ctrl + Enter for https://www.carlocab.com. Easy isn’t it?
In Mozilla this is the best. You could also just press Ctrl + ENTER for .com, Press Shift + Enter for .net and Ctrl + Shift + Enter for .org addresses.
If you have problems reading those small texts on some websites using both Internet Explorer and Mozilla firefox, in this next tip you can just easily make those fonts bigger.
Just press the Ctrl key then press the + button to make the page bigger or so called zoom. Just press – button for vise versa. This works for both Mozilla and IE.