Accidentally closed a tab? Don't worry, you can quickly recover it.
- Launch your Google Chrome.
- Click on the "Wrench" in the upper-right corner of the toolbar, then choose "Options".
Open Option Window
- Switch to "Basics" tab. Choose "Open the home page" and click "Close".
Recover Closed Tabs in Google Chrome
- Click the icon to open a new tab. Below the window, you can see "Recently closed". Click the tabs you closed to recover them.
New Tab Opened
- You can also use keyboard shortcut "Ctrl+Shift+T" to open the accidentally closed tab.
- Click on the "Wrench" in the upper-right corner of the toolbar, then choose "History". It can help you find your browse history, which can also be used to reopen accidentally closed tab.
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