How to recover closed tabs in Google Chrome

How to recover closed tabs in Google Chrome 1
Reopen closed tabs in Google Chrome

This is how you can never lose your tabs again. Sometimes, you accidentally close your web browser that contains a few tabs without realizing how hard you find the websites earlier. Here’s how you can reopen or recover closed tabs in Google Chrome.

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Basically, there are a few methods to do this and most web browsers supported the feature where you can quickly reopen the closed tabs. In this post, let’s see how to do this in Google Chrome web browser.

This method should also work well in Microsoft Edge and Mozilla Firefox web browsers. Continue reading to find out how.

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How to recover closed tabs in Google Chrome

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Here are 4 methods to recover closed tabs in Google Chrome web browser:

1. Right-click on the plus sign and select Reopen closed tab.

2. Using keyboard short key: Ctrl + Shift + T

3. Right-click on the Google Chrome icon in the taskbar:

  • in the popup window
  • under Recently closed
  • select any websites

4. Click on the three-verticle dots on the top right of the Google Chrome window:

  • select History
  • under Recently closed
  • select any websites

That’s it, this is how you can quickly recover and reopen the tabs or websites that you recently closed.

If you have any questions, please let me know in the comment below.

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