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I used to work on Chrome but I am considering to switch to Safari entirely due to the horrible battery efficiency of Chrome. I noticed when opening PDF files, the titles of tabs all appeared as links which unfortunately means I can't see any difference between them:

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Here you can see 1 website and 4 PDFs opened from it with these horrible url titles that make it difficult to know which is which.

Here's how it looks on Chrome:

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Safari browser on Macbook Pro 2017

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  • Personally, I'd throw them out to Preview rather than wade through PDFs in any browser. Right click [sometimes fiddly but clicking in the middle of a word is usually a sure bet] Open with Preview. Once finished you can just close. It won't save or prompt to Save unless you want to, it will just silently vanish.
    – Tetsujin
    Jan 26 at 18:41
  • @Tetsujin I didn't know you could do that! Although for the amount of PDFs I have opened at the same time, viewing them in a browser helps a lot with compactness and saves time. Anyway, thank you for the tip, I'll be using that feature for sure Jan 27 at 7:51

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