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Restore Tabs on Chrome: A Step-by-Step Guide

How do I recover an accidentally closed window in Chrome?

How do I recover an accidentally closed window in Chrome?
When you browse the internet you open multiple tabs on browsers and most of them are important, that you want to check and read after some time. But unfortunately, you accidentally close all tabs or some of them. This happens to everyone and we feel anxiety over accidentally losing them. Just a single wrong click may spoil the hard work and time that you spend searching data on the internet and also lose important information that you want to read.

For this accidental mistake, on Firefox or Edge browser, there you can find an option for 'Reopen Closed Tab' (shortcut: CTRL+Shift+T -windows). On Google Chrome you may think is no such option, but there is a solution for this mistake. 

How to Re-open Chrome Tabs that Have Been Closed

Thanks to Google Chrome's built-in feature of a safety net designed to instantly reverse this panic-inducing outcome. 

Follow these simple steps to restore a recently closed tab on the Google Chrome browser-

  1. Click the three dots in the top right corner of an open Chrome window.
  2. Hover over “History.”
  3. Click the first option on the drop-down menu under “Recently Closed" to open the last window you mistakenly closed. (If a recently closed window had multiple tabs, the number of tabs will show in the drop-down menu.)
  4. Click on “Restore Window.”

You can also restore chrome tabs from History or Search. To open the History section, you can use the keyboard shortcut ⌘ + y on Mac and Ctrl Shift + T on windows. 

Restore All Google Chrome Tabs from Acidentcal Close

Sometimes you may accidentally close the Chrome window or when your browser gets an update and you accidentally click on restart (without bookmarking your working tabs) which may lose all your working tabs. But don't worry about this, Thanks for the Google Chrome built-in feature of restoring all tabs. 

To make this just the below simple steps:-

  1. To open the Chrome menu, click the 3-dot menu in the upper-right corner of Chrome
  2. Click on Settings
  3. Scroll down to the On Startup section.
  4. Enable “Continue where you left off.”

After Chrome restarts, it’s easy to restore all tabs. All tabs and windows that you have opened previously will be reopened when you close Chrome and restart it. Chrome will automatically reopen any workspaces you have opened during the previous session.

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