Google Extensions – Tab Terminator
Tab Management Error Fix For 2 4 Is Coming Asap

Introducing- Tab Terminator

Tab Terminator

The Tab Management Terminator will handle automatic closing of Web Browser unused Tabs in order to keep the Tab cluster mass under control.  Creating a web browsing experience that is fast, easy and efficient.

Close inactive tabs automatically after a certain time has passed

Google Extensions Tab Terminator


If you’re the kind of person who ends up with dozens, or even hundreds of tabs open while you’re browsing, Tab Terminator is well worth your attention. Going one step further than The Great Suspender, it works by closing tabs that you haven’t used or very small interaction with determined as unimportant tab by its sophisticated algoritam. If that sounds alarming, don’t worry –Tab Terminator will not close that unused tabs without your permission.

Tab Terminator is brilliant for tab-addicts, It will even save your page from closing by promoting  a pop up “Are you sure you want to close?” as well as it will ask for your permission to close unused tabs ahead of time.

The Tab Terminator is part of the Tab Management Chrome extension/  Microsoft Edge Add-ons as one of the main features and tools to enhance your web-browser.

Available onGoogle Chrome Store Google Extensions Tab Terminator  Microsoft Edge Add-ons   Google Extensions Tab Terminator 

Microsoft Edge will now warn users about the dangers of downloading Google Chrome
Tab Management Error Fix For 2 4 Is Coming Asap
Microsoft Edge will now warn users about the dangers of downloading Google Chrome

f you’re a Google Chrome user setting up a new Windows PC, the most important feature of Microsoft Edge is the ability to download Chrome. Microsoft is apparently aware of this behavior and is doing something about it:  Neowin has spotted new Edge pop-ups that specifically try to dissuade users from downloading and installing Chrome, a change that I promise I didn’t know about when I wrote about Microsoft annoying promotion of Microsoft Edge literally yesterday. 

You won’t see the pop-ups every time you try to download Chrome (I haven’t yet), but Neowin and other outlets like The Verge  have spotted at least three different messages:

  • “Microsoft Edge runs on the same technology as Chrome, with the added trust of Microsoft.”
  • “‘I hate saving money,’ said no one ever. Microsoft Edge is the best browser for online shopping.”
  • “That browser is so 2008! Do you know what’s new? Microsoft Edge.”

While the operating system-level pop-ups are a small escalation in the ongoing browser wars, this kind of behavior isn’t new. If you use Bing to search for essentially any web browser, including Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Vivaldi, or Brave, a large ad for Edge appears both above the search results and in a giant box to the right of the search results. And whenever you log into Google’s services using Edge or any other non-Chrome browser for the first time, you’ll get a “helpful” nudge about downloading and installing Chrome. But as the provider of Windows, Microsoft definitely has more opportunities to suggest using Edge, and it takes advantage of those opportunities with  frustrating regularity.


Tab Management Error fix for 2.4 is coming ASAP
Tab Management Error Fix For 2 4 Is Coming Asap

Tab Management Update 2.5

Thanks to recent users reviews and emails we are working ASAP to fix the following errors:

  1. Infinite Pop-Up request for review even after refresh doesn’t disappear.

Solution- The review pop-up will only show once. The user can decide to leave a review or not.

      2. Locking/Unlocking animation causes some errors in visibility.

Solution- Every time you lock a tab or unlock a tab it will no longer show an animation.   But it will still lock/unlock the tab you can see it by the locking indicator.    The locked tab will have the letter “L” added to the title of the tab unlocked will not have the letter “L” added.

Thank you for your patience and sorry for the inconvenience!