27th March 2011, 10:34 #1
How to only open links in new tabs??
Is there a way to have IE9 Final to open links only in a new tab when I left click on it instead of sometimes a new browser window? I can't seem to learn to use right click, open i a new tab...........
27th March 2011, 13:34 #2
Click the little tools icon on the right, Internet options, General tab, Settings in "Tabs" section, Select "Always open pop-ups in a new tab" in the "When a pop-up in ecountered:" section and "A new tab in the current window" in the "Open links from other programs:" section.
27th March 2011, 15:19 #3
roraniel: "A new tab in the current window"...
that doesn´t change anything when you LEFT-click on a link...
the question was: "Is there a way to have IE9 Final to open links only in a new tab when I left click on it ....."
to be able to open links in a new tab, you have to use the MIDDLE-button on the mouse.
LEFT-click opens the link in the same tab...
27th March 2011, 21:13 #4
I certainly did mis-read that.
28th March 2011, 09:18 #5
Originally Posted by roraniel
28th March 2011, 09:20 #6
Using desktop pc with a mouse without a middle button.
Originally Posted by L.W
Guess I'll have to learn to use right-click...........