You love Google Chrome. You switched to Chrome before the icon changed and try out every beta version. You tell all your friends about how fast Chrome is and how wonderful life is “on” Chrome. Then you realize you have 61 tabs open and you can’t see which one is which.
Joking aside, here is one tip to see a list of all your open tabs in the default chrome.
Chrome has a built-in task manager that allows you to see all the individual processes that the browser is running. Each tab is a separate process so they will all be listed.
Go to the wrench and select View Background Pages. The key combination of shift+esc might work for you as well.
All chrome processes will be listed along with other useful information. Tabs have the word Tab: in front of them.
Double click on the tab (listed alphabetically) that you want to view.