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66. New windows and tabs
[Ctrl] + [N]/[T] opens a new window or tab in Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox; Opera users should press [Ctrl] + [N] for a new tab, and [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [N] for a new window.


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67. Go incognito
Both Internet Explorer 8 and Google Chrome enable you to switch on a private browsing mode where nothing you do is recorded: press [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [P] in IE8 to open a new window; [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [N] in Chrome, which opens a new tab.




68. Navigate tabs
Move between tabs by pressing [Ctrl] + [Tab] to go forward, or [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [Tab] to go back. Press [Ctrl] + tab number to jump directly to a tab in all, but Opera.


69. Take a history trip
Press [Ctrl] + [H] to view your browsing history in IE, Chrome and Firefox, or [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [H] in Opera.


70. Change text size
Chrome and Firefox users should hold [Ctrl] and press either [+] or [-] (Firefox users need to select View > Zoom > Zoom Text Only first). press [Ctrl] + [0] to return the text to its default size. IE users can press [Alt] + [V] + [X] to open the text size menu, then press [G] for largest, [L] for larger, [M] for medium (the default setting), [S] for smaller and [A] for smallest.



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