Chrome: The Great Suspender is an extension that I recommend to anyone using Google's Chrome browser, which is a great way to minimize the browser's memory footprint. While it's a delicious meal on its own, I also recommend combining the Great Suspender with the Chrome extension .
Like a good wine, Cluster enhances the enjoyment you already experience with a simple dashboard where you can view and manage all your open tabs. Best of all, you'll see the actual URLs of suspended sites, not the funky chrome extension: // URL that you would otherwise see in your address bar: David Murphy
Clustering is a great way to organize the tabs that populate your active browser session. His dashboard lists the title of each tab in your browser, making your sites much easier to find. You can also save your active browser session for later recall. This is especially useful if you do not want a lot of tabs to mess up your browser, but you do not have time to bookmark them all. (You can also export all your open tabs as a CSV or JSON file.)
The cluster's dashboard also includes two small icons that allow you to instantly pause or break the entire tabs of the entire browser window. You can also do this via the icon of the big suspender, but I like having it directly as a function in the tab management interface.
While clustering makes it easier to switch tabs between different browser windows, I find even sorting tools more useful. While you do not rearrange your tabs in in your browser window, you can at least organize your tabs within the cluster dashboard alphabetically or by their domains.
Cluster can also synchronize its settings on different desktops and / or laptops. This is especially useful if you want to call sites from saved windows in another browser. Yes, you could easily sync your bookmarks, but a folder with links is a little less elegant – and harder to sort without adding another extension – than Cluster's pretty dashboard.