Why do I have to open all pages in new tabs with windows 8 and Google chrome?
So, brand new laptop, windows 8 (hate it), running on Google chrome. every page I open in google opens on a new tab, if I want to click on images, I have to click control and the image, which also opens in a new tab. Does anyone know how to change this so that I can open pages in the same tab?? Its becoming really annoying and I am a bit computer illiterate, so cant figure it out myself...
Don't use chrome off of the start menu. Use it from the desktop.
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