If you look for a keyword on Google using the Firefox Search field, located on the left-side of the browser, you will get a list of Google Search results in the same tab you are. If this tab contains a webpage, it will be substituted by the search result. Wouldn’t you like to force Firefox to open new search results in a new tab so that you won’t loose anything of what you were doing on the Internet? Let’s see how to achieve this result thanks to a nice trick!
- Open Firefox.
- In the Web address field, type about:config and press Enter.
- Click the I’ll be careful, I promise button.
- In the Filter box, type browser.search.openintab.
- Double check the valut to set it to True.
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