No. We used to, but abuse of pop-overs and pop-unders became such a nightmare for the user, that the web browsers removed that type of control from scripting. You have no control over that aspect of the users web browser.
If the user wants new windows to open in a new window instead of a new tab, they will have to either set up their web browser to do that. Either that, or the user will have to manually right-click on the link and select to open it in a new window or a new tab.