Hide multiple tabs in Google Chrome instantly with the panic button



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Many of us must have found ourselves in a situation where we really wanted to have an application or extension available that would simply allow us to hide all the tabs open in the browser at one time. A simple Google Chrome-extension PanicButton solves this problem.

Panic Button for Google Chrome



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PanicButton is a convenient extension that can save you the embarrassment you face when someone finds you on banned pages at home or at work. The extension provides a one-click solution to remove all open tabs and restore previously opened tabs when no one is nearby. Let us examine enlargement and its functions.

The station functionality is accessible by the red button on the right of the address bar.

To use it, simply click the PanicButton icon and you will notice that all active Google Chrome tabs will close. The color of the PanicButton icon changes from red to green, which means that the tabs have been closed.

PanicButton stores the address of each tab, so there is no problem restoring closed tabs so quickly. Simply click the PanicButton icon again and each web page will reopen in the correct tab.

The combination is automatically saved after selection – press the two selected keys to close the current tabs.

The panic key is configured to display a blank page as default behavior when enabled. You can change this and force the extension to open one or more new tabs pointing to’secure’ pages.

In the Set Secure Page box, select Custom Page from the drop-down list and enter the URL of the secure page in the field below. Click Add Secure Page and repeat the process to add more pages.

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