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You could CTRL+click on all the links you would like to open in a new window and then drag one of them away to create a new windows with only the selected tabs. Then you could r-click one of the tabs in the new window and just select "bookmark all tabs", thus only bookmarking the selected tabs in the new window. Then just open all these saved tabs later on ...


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Windows 7 and later provide the following keyboard shortcuts: Windows+← and Windows+→ snaps the window to the left and right side of the screen, respectively. Windows+↑ maximizes the window, or restores it if it is minimized. Windows+↓ minimizes the window, or restores it if it is maximized. You cannot snap windows to corners in ...



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