Have you ever opened all the things then not been able to find anything? Open enough tabs in your browser and the titles become unreadable. Windows 10 had a great application ‘peek’ feature that gives you a better view of all your open tabs and allows you to click on the particular one you’re looking for.
To activate it, bring your mouse cursor down to the application icon showing on your Task Bar but don’t click. Application peek will give you a row of open tab ‘mini windows’ and you can click on the right one. This works in Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Edge. It also works for other applications (not just browsers) if you have multiple Word docs, Excel spreadsheets etc open.
If you’ve ever accidentally closed a tab, bring it back immediately by pressing Ctrl+Shift+T on a PC or Command+Shift+T on a Mac. For the Mac Safari browser, you’ll need Command+Z. This saves you from hunting through your history looking at search result pages, madly trying to remember which one it was.
If your PC is really overwhelmed, clicking on the Task View icon on the Task Bar in Windows 10 (this guy: ) will give you mini window icons on your screen for every application that you currently have open.