Are you in a situation where you closed a tab and don’t know how to reopen a closed tab? Well, we have a solution.
It very often happens that you tend to close a tab accidentally or mistakenly. After it’s closed, you realize that you weren’t done with that tab. No worries, there’s always a solution. The closed tabs can be reopened.
Sometimes, you forget to bookmark a page and you need to visit that later. This solution will also help in that situation.
In this article, we cover how to open a closed window in Chrome. We will also cover how you can open all the tabs you closed in your last session.
How to open recently closed tabs in Chrome:
Opening a closed window in Chrome can be done in one of the below 3 different ways:
- Press Ctrl + Shift + T in your keyboard. It’s a shortcut to reopen closed tab in Chrome.
- Right click on the Chrome address bar and select the option “Reopen Closed tab” from the pop-up.
- Right click on the task bar and you will find the same option too.
Finding recently closed tab isn’t that difficult after all, eh?
How to find a webpage you visited last week in Chrome:
Sometimes, if you want to find a webpage that you didn’t bookmark but visited last week, you can look through your browsing history. To see your browsing history in Chrome, click on the 3 dots menu bar on the top right of your browser and choose History > History.
You can alternatively press Ctrl + Y and open the browsing history directly. In the browsing history, you can check the links you visited over time grouped into different days and weeks for easy tracing. You can go through the list and find the webpage you are looking for.
How to reopen an entire window in Chrome:
If you closed an entire window by mistake in Chrome, you can reopen using the same method with a little twist.
Right click on the address bar and click on “Reopen closed Window”
These are helpful tips that can increase your productivity and help you in need. For more tips and tricks for Google Chrome click here.