While enquiring about the same product from different sites, say, I decide on one site before all others have completed downloading their info. However, to ensure I do not cancel/lose all the sites being investigated, I desire to stop them downloading while I examine the chosen site. Should the chosen site prove unacceptable, I can simply continue with the downloads from the other sites by clicking on "Reload" in each tab. Presently, this is not possible as I have to kill each tab which means I lose that option.
Please help. Where am I missing it? (I have just chosen Mozilla and cancelled Google Chrome - I am sure you chaps can help).
Tnks cor-el - but that really does not help. Let me restate the problem. I have 4 tabs open - searching for one item, say an MP3 song. One of those sites locates the song. Rather than lose those other 3 sites before I confirm the quality of the one located, I just want to stop the downloads of those 3 other sites - doing so also frees up the power on my PC. If the chosen site is no good, I simply proceed with the other 3 sites. Basically I can not locate the "X" that was available in GOOGLE, to stop a download in a tab - that is the crux of my problem.