Did you ever wish the link you clicked on in a website didn't open up in your current tab or window? Most web users expect that when they click on a link to another site or document, it will open in a new tab or window in the browser. But some websites aren't designed to do that. Did you know you can control that behavior yourself? Yes indeed. Just hold the control key down (ctrl key) on your keyboard while clicking on the link and it will open in a new tab. Command click works on a Mac. Try it and you're in control! Or command!