Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by zigphreed, Sep 20, 2011.
i usually have about 10 tabs open browsing multiple sites like a crazy maniac
I get made fun of for the amount of tabs I have open all the time. I like to compare a lot of different sources for most information.
Anywhere from 10-40
I always have 5-6 "standard" tabs. But the longer I sit the more tabs I get.
I have usually 4 or 2 browsers open, two of them with less than 5 tabs open (IE and FireFox) and the other 2 with 10 tabs minimum (Opera and Chrome).
I got 3 monitors on my desk, 2 monitors are used for browsing internet. Each browser window has around 10 tabs open...i will open another window if tabs are too crowded...and plenty of other programs running at the background, trying to keep myself busy...
It's "How Many" not "How Much". But I like that. Sounds like money.
After an hour of browsing: anywhere from 10-30.
Mozilla did a case study on this not too long ago:
10 tabs here
my mozilla starts hanging when its more than 20 tabs
A lot Right now when I counted there was 23. 2 browsers 4 monitors
IF I were to open all my browsers, I'd say over 40 for sure
I have opened IE, Firefox and Opera with 10-20 tabs each
Standard is about 8 but after being on for about an hour it grows to about 20-30 and no 2 different browsers. But its a little easier to manage with my 4 screens.
i dont drink tab i drink sprite...usually just one at a time though ..probably drink 3 or 4 throughout the day
I like to keep my things clean so only around 4 to 7 at any time.
I once had 1025 tabs opened on 4***n.
just one single tab of BHW Rocks
was it /s/? lol
6-8 tabs mostly..
then ofcourse i run 4-5 bots on vps, and 3-4 tabs there too.
I prefer to just use one tab with quick access to everything I need on the 12 toolbars that load up when I open IE6 on my XP service pack 2 machine
The real question is do you keep your tabs when you shut down or close them out and start over?
Firefox has been closing my tabs out when it feels the urge and not letting me save them when I shut down.
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