How to Make Search Engine Results on Google to Open in a New Tab by Default?
Search result links on Google open in the same tab. If someone wants to open multiple urls on the same search result page, he has to manually open all the links by using right click option. This is not so convenient way to open links in a new tab. Is there any way to make search engine results on Google to open in a new tab by default? Each search result should open in a new tab, when we click on its link.
In the Accounts page through Google, so long as you're signed in, there's a Search Settings option at the bottom. In that page, there's an option to automatically open search result clicks in a new tab.
You can just hold down Ctrl while clicking on the link. This opens it in a new tab, it's as easy as a single click. I'm using Firefox.
Hope that helps.
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