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Tekzilla Daily: Tekzilla Daily: Put Firefox's tabs anywhere you want

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Tekzilla Daily: Tekzilla Daily: Put Firefox's tabs anywhere you want

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One simple Firefox extension to maximize your screen space. Vertical tabs? Tabs in tree form? Find out how on today's Tekzilla Daily.

>> Veronica: Today's Tekzilla Daily is brought to you by GoDaddy.com. ^M00:00:07 [ Music ] ^M00:00:11 >> Veronica: Welcome to Tekzilla Daily, I'm Veronica Belmont. Tab management could be a bit of a pain on Firefox but I've got the tool that will make your life that much easier it's an add-on called Tree Style Tabs. By displaying your tabs vertically along the side it accomplishes two things one, you could actually see the title of your tab regardless of how many you have open, two, wide-screen monitors can take advantage of the fact that most websites are designed for narrower screens leaving way more room along the sides than there is on the top of bottom. And, of course, arranging tabs in a tree formation makes everything easier to find 'cause with all the websites I go to keeping track of what's what is a huge help, so try it you can thank me later. Go a tip for us to pass along to the rest of the TZ crew just email us at Tekzilla@Revision3.com. And as always Tekzilla.com it's the place to find more tips, tricks, product reviews and how-tos. If you want to make an impact online GoDaddy.com has what you need, dot com names as low as a $1.99 plus world-class hosting, fast and easy website builders and much more, plus enter code TZD1 when you check out and save and additional 10% off your entire order. Some restrictions apply see site for details. Get your piece of the Internet at GoDaddy.com. [sound effect] ^M00:01:26 [ Music ]

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