I've just discovered that you can right-click a tab in Chrome and permanently 'pin' it to the tab bar.
"Well, duh!" you might be saying. But if you didn't know (like me!) I hope you find it useful.
This is why whenever I get a new application I click everywhere, poke around the menus and dialog boxes and see what happens!
There's nothing more interesting than getting to grips with some of the cool things a web browser has under the hood
I didn't know Thanks for the tip.
Yes, you can drag tabs between windows to reposition alongside other tabs.
I've not got chrome installed on my current comp. In Firefox I can drag a tab from the tab-bar of one window over to the tab-bar of another window, can the same be done in Chrome?