Tabs have been one of the greatest things to have happened to modern day browsers. Not sure how many of you remember, but there actually was a time when we had to have multiple windows of Internet Explorer open in case we wanted to browse through more than one site at a time. Today though, for the techies amongst us, we are more likely to get lost in all the tabs that we have open than in a city where Google Maps don’t work. Though that is indeed a scary though, a life without Google Maps that is.
However, closing multiple tabs on desktop can be fairly simple, a simple Cmd+Q and things vanish. On mobiles things are slightly different. Even if you close the browser, the tabs stay intact and reload when you fire the app open again.
If you are on iOS 7 and facing the issue of closing several tabs at once on Safari which is the default browser on iOS then we have the solution for you. Indeed, it is possible to close multiple tabs at one go on Safari on iOS 7. Simply follow the steps below and you are good to go.
Make sure you have multiple tabs open in the first place on Safari.
You will see the option of Close All there. Simply press that and all the tabs will be closed at once without you having to put in any sort of extra effort.
Indeed it is that easy and simple to close multiple tabs on Safari. The reason this guide is important too is because unlike Chrome, another popular Web Browser on iPhone, there is no number displayed on Safari about the number of tabs you have open, and as a result you may by mistake end up keeping too many tabs open.
iOS 7 has bought several features and this quick tip only reiterates the belief that Apple has actually done some pretty useful things with iOS this time around.
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