Wednesday, 01 October 2008
You finally get to the webpage you've been surfing for and now you've accidentally closed the tab. This can be a very frustrating situation. Chrome is quite forgiving and allows you to easily reopen the closed tab, even if you've closed other tabs after it.
Using a Keyboard Shortcut:
By using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+T, Chrome will open the last tab that was closed. Use the keyboard shortcut again, and it will open the tab that was closed before that, and so on. You can use this method to restore up to the last 10 tabs that have been closed during your browsing session.
Using the New Tab Page:
Open up a new tab. Go to Recently closed tabs section located in the lower-right of the page. You will find the last 3 tabs that have recently been closed during your browser session.
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