Many applications these days are producing their portable versions, which can be accessed from within a browser. The most popular example of this is the MS Office Productivity suite, which provides full-scale Word, Excel and PowerPoint applications in an online browser-based version.
If you accidentally close one such tab, where you were previously working, it can be a nightmare, as you would have to go to History and then reload the tab again. To save some precious time, here I have discussed how to reopen closed tabs in browsers.
Chrome does not provide you an exit confirmation message, but you can bring that back using the steps in this article.
How To Reopen Closed Tabs In Chrome And Other Browsers!
To quickly open the last closed tab in Google Chrome and other browsers as well, there is a keyboard shortcut that can be used.
Simply use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + T to reopen the last closed tab.
Continue Where You Left Off
If you fear that you may accidentally close the entire browser, there is another method that lets you continue your session the next time you launch the browser. Use this method to continue the browsing session if you do not want to open the same tabs that you were working on again. Here is how it can be done:
- In Chrome, click on the hamburger menu (≡) from beside the address bar.
- Click on Settings from the context menu.
- Go to the On startup section and select the radio button associated with ‘Continue where you left off’.
This will restore the previous tabs from your last session the next time you open Google Chrome.
Accidents can happen to anybody, and if you accidentally closed a tab, now you know how to reopen a closed tab in Google Chrome and other browsers using the steps provided above. Comment below if you found this useful, and to discuss further the same.