Surfing the internet gives us the flexibility of searching a big collection of websites and cool stuff to explore. But sometimes, we end up with too many open tabs, making things messy and confusing. Luckily, Google Chrome, a popular web browser, has a super helpful feature called "Tab Groups."

Tab Groups do more than just keep tabs neat. It's like having special folders for your tabs, which can make your online life much easier. It lets you create groups of tabs that belong together, making it simple to switch between different tasks or topics.

In this guide, we'll show you how to use Tab Groups in Google Chrome on your computer. You'll learn how to group tabs, give them names so you can remember what's inside, and even make the groups small or big whenever you want.

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