I’m befuddled to read that no one sees the usefulness in just being able to click on a link you want to see after finishing with the page your on, and leaving that link open to the side for immediate future reference. There’s lots of instances where you’re not ready to stop reading the page, yet you know you’re going to want to PUT A TAB on a link to see it when you’re done before it leaves your recollection, or just so that you can start organizing what you want to look at next. You may even be surfing and an algorithm will not give you the same links as your previous pages after refreshing them or trying to go back to them, but by having set aside the link you wanted to see later, you wont loose it, so you can refer to it when you’re done with your original pages! Once you get use to being able to do this, for one to be forced to switch upon clicking a link and get jolted out of the page you’re on is so frustrating and limiting, it’s hard to believe no one sees it.
Clicking on a link and being forced to leave the page onto a new tab.