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I have around 400 tabs that I have bookmarked in the Tab bar, below the Browser search bar. How can I effectively and efficiently consolidate these tabs.

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I am running Firefox 4.0 for desktop, running Windows XP 32bit.

I have looked at putting all the similar tabs into a bookmark folder and saving it but this would require me to individually open up all my tabs, from which I could start to organise them better. Is there a more efficient and effective way of solving my problem? If I have to follow this method, will deleting the tabs after they've been put into bookmark folders, affect the storage of these tabs?

Thanks.

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You can use "Bookmark All Tabs" to place those tabs in one bookmarks folder. You can open all links in a folder by middle-clicking this folder.

  • "Bookmark All Tabs" can be accessed via the right-click context menu of a tab on the tab bar.