Site-specific browsers Using site-specific browsers you can separate the websites you would normally keep open in a browser tab, and instead have them in their own application. This means not only can you easily organise the windows and switch between them, but if one of the websites hangs or crashes the browser, your other apps are safe. I use Fluid which is for Mac OS X Leopard, but Firefox also have a cross-platform project called Prism. Shown here is my site-specific stack, in my Dock.

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