Q: How can I get the Web sites to show in tabs instead of windows? A: You can adjust your browser so that every URL opens in a new tab, which is much tidier than creating lots of new windows. Here's how:
For Internet Explorer, click the Tools pull-down menu, then select Internet Options, then under Tabs click the Settings button, then under "When a pop-up is encountered" select "Always open pop-ups in a new tab". Finally, save your changes and exit.
For Firefox click the Edit pull-down menu, select Preferences, then Tabs, then checkmark the "Force links that open new windows to open in" line, and finally, select the "a new tab" option. Finally, save your changes and exit.
Q: WebsiteOpener is not showing the Web pages I entered. A: You may have a pop-up blocker enabled. Try holding down the Ctrl key (Command key for Mac) when you press the Open All button. Hopefully that will override the blocker.
Q: My computer slows down when I open a lot of URLs. A: The solution is to open fewer URLs. Each process you have running - whether a Web page or anything else - takes a bit of computing power. With too many processes open, you will indeed slow your computer.
Q: Is my data secure on websiteopener? A: Really, there is nothing to secure. We do not save any of the information you paste into the URL field. It is just processed, then the clickable links are displayed on the page.