How to reopen closed window in chrome? Do you wonder if it is possible at all? That to reopen closed window with several tabs in chrome! What if you accidentally closed down the chrome window in the middle of your browsing? Or want to revisit a webpage you were browsing a while ahead?
In chrome browser, reopening a closed tab is no big deal. You have to simply right-click on the tab bar and from the context menu, choose the 'Reopen closed tab' option. Boom! The recently closed tab will be opened again.
Otherwise you can use the hot key 'Ctrl+Shift+T' for the doing it in windows or 'Cmd+Shift+T' if you are Mac user.
Well! Reopening tabs are okay. What if the last thing you have closed is a chrome window with multiple tabs opened? Will the same trick work? Let's see.
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How to Reopen Closed Window in Chrome?
- To reopen closed window in chrome, just use keyboard shortcut
'Ctrl+Shift+T'on Windows OS and
'Cmd+Shift+T'for Mac platform.
- Google keeps tab of all your browsing history so this trick will work in case you have accidentally closed a browser window.
- And the beauty of this method is, chrome actually remembers if you have closed a tab or window in chronological order.
- Alternatively you can use context menu to re-open closed window. Right-click on the tab bar in chrome and select 'Reopen Closed Window'.
- This will work if the last thing you have closed is a chrome window. If not you will only see 'Reopen Closed Tab' option. So keep reopening closed tabs continuously until you get 'Reopen Closed Window' option.
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Using this simple method, you can reopen closed window in chrome browser. Those who like to have greater control over their browsing sessions can try this chrome extension 'Session Buddy' that allows to save, name and exit or reopen chrome windows/tabs at their will.