If you leave multiple Google Chrome windows open to manage tabs, you can go one step further and name every window. Chrome’s built-in naming characteristic makes it simple to remember whether a taskbar or an overlay. What is the window for the screen?
First, click on the three-dot menu icon at the top right of the Chrome window.
Next, select “More tools” from the menu.
Instantly, click “Name Window”
A pop-up with a text box will appear. Enter a name for the window and hit “OK”.
You will now see this name in the taskbar and on the Alt+Tab screen in Windows 10.
On a Mac, you’ll see the header in the expanded apps menu after right-clicking the app from the dock.
That’s it! It can be an exceptional feature, but for those of us who want to organize Chrome’s tabs by splitting them in a window, this is a small trick that can prevent you from clicking in the wrong place.