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How to restore Google Chrome tabs after closing them by accident?

It can happen that, by accident or mistake, you end up closing all the tabs you were visiting in Chrome. However, Google It has a shortcut for us to be able to restore a list of tabs without problem.

Although we can access the browsing history to find the page we lost, there are other easy steps that will allow you to return to how you left your browsing.

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For example, if you have lost single tab because you closed it by mistake among all the ones you have been working on, there are specific steps to follow.

The first point is to place your cursor at the top of the screen and click on the plus sign (+), you will see that a menu will open with several options and you must choose to reopen a closed tab.

This will immediately return to the last page you closed.

You can also use a keyboard shortcut by pressing Command+Shift+T on Mac or Ctrl+Shift+T in Windows.

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But, if the tab you want to recover was not the last one, then you should go to the Record. To do this, click on the three vertical dots located at the top right. Once you are in that section you will see all the pages that have been closed recently.

Remember that this function is only available in normal browser mode; that is, if you enter from incognito mode you will not be able to recover any information about the tabs you were working on.

Source: Elcomercio

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