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#1 bruinator


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Posted 24 February 2018 - 01:22 PM

Is there a way to open a new session in a separate window instead of a new tab? Preferably, a setting. If yes, how plz?   thx

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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 24 February 2018 - 06:31 PM

Well I can open two examples at the same time, I have just tried it.


I have Chrome on my windows desktop with an icon on the task bar which is how I usually start it on those occasions when I want to use it but, I run Win 7, I went into the start menu and right clicked on Chrome in that then clicked on 'Send to - Desktop (create shortcut). This created a shortcut on the desktop as well as the one that existed on my task bar. Clicking on each opened a separate copy of Chrome so that I had two Chrome windows.


Whether each window will work independently I leave to you, I merely tried this to see if it would do it. Now I will delete the icon off my desktop.


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