Most of you probably know this for years, I have discovered this today:
- Ctrl+Enter in browser’s omnibar — open currently entered URL in new window
- Alt+Enter — open in new tab
Tested in Microsoft Edge. Probably works in Chrome and maybe in others.
Works for URL currently entered to the omnibar, not on current page’s URL. Meaning that you can hit F4 then change current page’s URL a little bit and then hit one of those above and get modified URL opened in either new window or tab.
Useful for quickly duplication current tab: F4 + Alt+Enter.
I know that there’s Ctrl+Alt+K, but it seems less natural to be remembered and doesn’t allow to duplicate current tab with modified URL, because it works on current page’s URL.