What’s new in Microsoft Edge with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update

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       #30

    BunnyJ said:
    Ya didn't get me with that one.

    Nice try..
    Next time I'll try the Jedi/Sith mind trick on you
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       #31

    By the way, when I tried it, it opened about 40 new page tabs
    But seeing I originally only had one tab open, I plucked that one out and reduced it to the taskbar, and just hit the red X to close the rest.
    Problematic, would have been if I had a lot more open.
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       #32

    Cliff S said:
    By the way, when I tried it, it opened about 40 new page tabs
    But seeing I originally only had one tab open, I plucked that one out and reduced it to the taskbar, and just hit the red X to close the rest.
    Problematic, would have been if I had a lot more open.
    Did you try right clicking on the tab you wanted open and clicking on Close other tabs?
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       #33

    Winuser said:
    Did you try right clicking on the tab you wanted open and clicking on Close other tabs?
    Until you just mentioned it and I checked, I didn't know such a thing existed:)
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  5. Posts : 7,128
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       #34

    Cliff S said:
    Until you just mentioned it and I checked, I didn't know such a thing existed:)
    I found it by playing around with Edge. Makes it easier when you have a lot of tabs open. :)
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