Tab browsing has been a blessing for people who want multiple web pages open at the same time. Before, computer desktops could get quite messy with so many windows open, and in the bad old days of pop-up ads, really really annoying.
Nevertheless, browser tabs, combined with the power of Exposé in Mac OSX, desktops have become a little less confusing. There are ways to control the browsers to give you greater control of your browing. One is by cycling through tabs using a simple keyboard shortcut.
It’s fairly easy to click on tabs in browsers such as Safari, and Google Chrome in Mac OSX. But you can also cycle through browser tabs: There is a keyboard shortcut for that.
Find out what it is after the jump.
If you want to cycle through frequently and want to do it quickly all you have to do is press the control and tab buttons at the same time:
By pressing on control+tab, your browser will switch to the next tab to the right. Repeat step to get to the next tab.
Pretty easy? Let me know what you think in the comments section.