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“I didn’t think. I just did it,” Jenna Cartman, 26, told The Advocate.
The Perth native had been living with a cluttered browser for weeks when she finally snapped – she closed all 58 of her open Chrome tabs at once.
“I tried to go through it so many times, but I’d see a recipe I meant to try or get stuck into a web series my friends made,” Cartman told reporters. “Before I knew it, hours would go by without any progress being made. That’s when I knew I had to make a drastic change.”
Disregarding un-read articles and half-completed online purchases alike, she gave herself a fresh start by mashing that “X” button on the whole browser.
For Cartman, it’s like having a new lease on life. Her Chrome browser is clean, empty and full of possibilities.
“Now, if I could just get started on Firefox,” she said. “There’s got to be at least 100 tabs in that bad boy.”