How to Listen to Pandora Radio Without it Closing New Browsers

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Listening to Pandora Radio doesn't have to require you to close all other browser windows. Listen to Pandora Radio without it closing other browsers with help from a social media director in this free video clip.

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Hi my name is Caitlin Connors and I'm the social media director at Boomtown Internet Group. Today, I'm going to be showing you how to use Pandora without it closing new browsers. The first thing you're going to want to do is go to Pandora online to listen to live streaming music. If you are having problems with it closing new browsers, it could be because you are opening it in the same tab. To create multiple tabs and a new tab for streaming music, you simply have to go to file, new tab or as a shortcut, you can click command T to open a new tab. This way, you can open Pandora and listen to live streaming music while still continuing work on other pages. If you are using Chrome browser which I highly recommend, you need to go to the Chrome extension store and download an extension that will let you listen to Pandora without even going to the website. When you are at the Chrome webstore for extensions, type in Pandora. The first result you'll see is for Pandora. Actually, do not download this. You'll want to download the next one Anesidora. Click add to Chrome. Once you've clicked add to Chrome you'll have to click okay and then it will instantly install in the upper right hand corner of your browser. You'll see a small icon with an A. From here, log in with your email and password for your Pandora account and click okay. You'll then instantly see all your playlists and you can live stream music without ever leaving any of your web browsers. I'm Caitlin Connors with Boomtown Internet Group and that's how to listen to Pandora without it closing new browsers.

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