Small tab has popped up, duplicating main window

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winga222

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A small window has appeared on screen, duplicated the main window. Actually, any tab is duplicated in a small window at the top. How do I eliminate this? Thank you.
 

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It seems to be a feature of your browser. At least the tabs appears within your browser program window. What browser are you using ? Go into your browser's settings menu and look around in there. Just experiment, you won't damage anything - most of the settings are on/off switches and are reversible
 

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Click the little arrow that's next to the plus sign to the right of the last small window to minimize/hide it.
 

winga222

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I'm using Microsoft Edge. Is this what they're calling an InPrivate window? Clicking the little "x" in the corner closes not just the small window but the larger on as well. I can't figure out what I did to activate this bugger but I need it to go away. Thanks all!
 

winga222

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Unfortunately that didn't work. That symbol (above the "6" on my keyboard, so I hit 6 Shift). Nothing changed. Thanks for the advise though. Hopefully another fix is available.
 

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Well, duh. I should have figured that out on my own. That worked. Thanks!
 
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