You can restore recently closed tabs in case you have closed all the tabs in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browser. If you have forgotten any website link, then you can also reopen it by going to your default browser menu button. Here’s how to restore recently closed tabs.
Steps to Reopen Tabs You Have Closed in Chrome
- Click on the Control+ Shift+ T keys together in case you are using Windows PC.
- Tap on the Cmd + Shift+ T keys together in case you are using Mac to restore recently closed tabs.
- Right-click at the upper side of the Google Chrome screen and after that, choose the “Reopen closed tabs” option.
- Press on the Google Chrome three horizontal lines and after that, choose the “Recent Tabs” button. It will open a drop-down list of the entire recently closed tabs given in the “Recent Tabs” option. In case you have many open tabs and by mistake closed all the tabs, then you can restore them by pressing the “#Tabs” button.
- You need to install the Tab Manager given in the Chrome Web Store window.
Steps to Reopen Tabs You Have Closed in Mobile Chrome
- Click on the Google Chrome three vertical dots. You need to slide down the display to get the three vertical dots.
- Choose the “Recent tabs” option. It will open the drop-down menu on the Google Chrome window. In case you have already signed in to the account associated with Google, then you will get the recent tabs option from other smartphones also.
- Press a tab you wish to restore it again. If you have chosen a tab, then it will restore on the Google Chrome window.
Steps to Reopen Tabs You Have Closed in Internet Explorer
- Click on the Control + Shift + T keys together to restore the recently closed tabs. You can follow the same steps in case you have again close any tab in the Internet Explorer.
- Right-click on the recent tab and after that, choose the “Reopen closed tab” to restore the recently closed tab.
- Steps to Reopen Tabs You Have Closed in Mozilla Firefox
- Tap on the Control + Shift +T keys together in case you are using Windows.
- Click on the Cmd + Shift + T keys together in case you are using Mac.
- Press on the Mozilla Firefox three horizontal lines and after that, choose the “History” option. All the tabs which you have closed in Firefox browser will start showing in the “Restore Closed Tabs” column.
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