We all do it. An open tab for email, one for Facebook, one for watching an Ebay auction, and a few more searches.
It's called "tab creep". We're all creatures of habit and the tabs we have from left-to-right usually indicate the importance of the tabs. We open the most important ones first.
To pin a tab, right-mouse click on the tab and select "Pin Tab" from the dropdown menu.
You'll notice that pinned tabs lose the close "x". To close a pinned tab, right-mouse click on the pinned tab and select "close tab". To unpin, right-mouse click and select "unpin" tab.
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