How to Reopen Closed Tabs in Google Chrome
It is possible to reopen closed tabs in Google Chrome and we will demonstrate how to do that in this tutorial.
You may need to reopen previously closed tabs, or web pages in other words, for various reasons and you can do that in a number of ways as explained below.
Ctrl + Shift + T
You can reopen the last closed tab by pressing Ctrl + Shift + T buttons simultaneously.
Right Click on a Tab Title Bar
You can reopen the last closed tab by right clicking on a tab title bar and selecting Reopen closed tab from the menu.
Alternatively, you can reopen closed tabs, including tabs closed before the last closed tab, using the Recent Tabs option in the customization menu.
Click the Customize and control Google Chrome button on the upper right corner just below the close button.
Hover the cursor over Recent Tabs option and you will see the recently closed tabs. Click on the one you want to reopen.
You can also open previously closed tabs using the History page.
Press Ctrl + H to open the history page. On that page, you will see all the previously visited web pages since you last cleared the browser history.
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Simply click on any page to reopen it or right click and open in a new tab.
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