Tab Data is a free Firefox extension that automatically counts the total number of open tabs and tabs opened by you in currently active session. Even if you have closed few tabs, this will keep the record of currently active tabs, and session tabs separately. When you have opened tabs in bulk, this add-on will come in use to check how many tabs are actually opened. No extra efforts are needed to count tabs.
Another interesting feature is that it also keeps the record of the total number of tabs that have been opened by you so far after the installation of this add-on.
In above screenshot, you can see the pop up that shows the total number of opened tabs, session tabs, and tabs opened by me so far after the installation of this add-on.
Use This Free Firefox Add-on To Automatically Count Open Tabs and Session Tabs:
Use the download link added at the end of this review to install this add-on. Browser restart is not required to use this add-on. To check the tab stats, simply click on Tab Data icon. This icon will be available at top right side on your Firefox browser. As soon as you will click the extension icon, a pop up will open to show you stats/data. See the screenshot below:
This pop up will show you how many tabs are currently opened, how many tabs are opened till now in the current session, and how many tabs have been opened since the installation of this add-on.
Tab Data is a very simple add-on, but it can show you interesting stats about tabs for different purposes. If you want to give it a try, use the link available below: