Intuitive（直觉的） tab management
Spaces is a workspace（工作空间） manager for Chrome. It treats each Chrome window like a different workspace and lets you name and save（命名和保存） each space. You can close a window full of tabs at any time then reopen（重新打开） it later and continue exactly where you left off（停止）.
Spaces keeps track of（记录） new tabs opened in each workspace and also tabs that you close. It also allows you to quickly move a tab that you are currently（当前） viewing into any other space – whether it’s open or closed. Great for when you find yourself opening a tab out of context with what you are currently working on and want to come back to it later.
Spaces was developed to help users that tend to（趋向） have way too many tabs open in a Chrome window. It encourages you to move tabs that are not immediately relevant into a different, more appropriate（更合适的） space – thus（因此） removing it from your current window. This keeps your Chrome session（Chrome会话） manageable（易管理的） – both visually（形象化地） and from a memory perspective（内存角度）.
Isn’t this essentially（本质上） just bookmarks with folders? Yeah, pretty much（几乎） – but who uses bookmarks?