You know the score. You’ve stepped away from your desktop, and then you think to yourself, “Damn. If only I could remember that website I’d just visited.” Now, users of Google Chrome’s latest beta will no longer have that worry. The latest incarnation of Google’s web browser gives users immediate access to all of their tabs, across all devices, which can be found within the new tab window. Here, users will discover an “Other devices” menu that gives quick and easy access to all those sites you just visited — yet for the life of you, can’t seem to remember. According to Google, beta users will see this feature gradually roll out over the coming week. Not a moment too soon, either.
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