How to restore closed tabs on any web browser
Closing tabs accidentally can be frustrating, especially when you have important information or websites open.
Fortunately, most modern browsers have options to restore closed tabs, allowing you to recover lost information without having to dig through your Internet history. Here’s how to restore closed tabs on any browser. These ways can be used for different types of web browsers.
1. Use keyboard shortcuts:
Most browsers have keyboard shortcuts that allow you to restore closed tabs quickly. For example, in Google Chrome, you can use the “CTRL + shift + T” shortcut to reopen closed tabs. Similarly, in Mozilla Firefox, you can press “CTRL + shift + T” to open recently closed tabs.
For Windows users:
1. Press “Ctrl” + “Shift” + “T” on your keyboard.
2. The last closed tab will be reopened.
For Mac users:
1. Press “Command”