Tips to recover 'closed tabs' on Google Chrome browser

While using Google Chrome browser, if you've ever accidentally closed a tab with something important in it, or shut down the browser only to realize you needed one more bit of information about the webpage you were reading, despair not. Chrome remembers the last ten tabs or windows you've closed, and lets you restore them: […]

While using Google Chrome browser, if you've ever accidentally closed a tab with something important in it, or shut down the browser only to realize you needed one more bit of information about the webpage you were reading, despair not. Chrome remembers the last ten tabs or windows you've closed, and lets you restore them: 1. On the bottom of New Tab page, most recent few are listed in "Recently closed" section. You can even use this after restarting browser, in case you accidentally quit with something important open 2. If you right-click in tabstrip, you'll see an option to "Reopen closed tab" or "Reopen closed window", depending on what you last closed. Using this repeatedly goes back through the remembered tabs and windows, from most to least recent 3. If keyboard shortcuts suit you more than context menus, just use ctrl-shift-T to reopen a close tab or window.

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