Operas new browser can tame your tabs

A new web browser from Opera launching today aims to help users get their chaotic mess of open tabs back under control. In the latest release of Operas desktop browser (codenamed R2020), the company is introducing a new feature called Workspaces that allows you to organize your tabs based on different contexts for example, workspaces for work, free time activities, personal projects, research, travel planning, and more.
Today, its common for web users to keep open dozens of tabs and even multiple separate windows, each filled with tabs as an attempt to keep their web searches and research somewhat organized. This is particularly tough for knowledge workers who spend their days working from a PC or for the 66% of Americans who use the same browser for work and personal browsing, Opera says.
Operas study also found that 65% of people want to keep their browser more organized and 60% wanted to be able to group tabs.
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