Like other modern web browsers, Chrome lets you reopen quickly tabs and windows that you recently closed. Google has moved this option a bit in Chrome 78, but it's still easy to find if you know where to look.
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To reopen a closed tab in Chrome, right-click an empty space in the tab bar and select "Reopen closed tab ". If you recently closed a window instead of a tab, you will see an option "Reopen closed window " here instead.
This will open the most recently closed tab. Repeat this process to reopen the tabs in their closed order, browsing your history.
On a Mac with a single mouse button, hold down the Ctrl key and click instead of right-clicking.
Previously, you could just right-click on a tab in the Chrome tab bar and select " Reopen the closed tab ". This option no longer appears in the context menu of the right-click tab. You must right-click on an empty space to find it.
Comment reopen closed tabs with a keyboard shortcut
You can also press Ctrl + Shift + T to reopen a closed tab tab with a keyboard shortcut. If you recently closed a window, this will reopen the closed window at instead.
This keyboard shortcut acts like the same by clicking on "Reopen the closed tab. Press the shortcut several times to reopen the closed tabs in order in leqthat they were closed.
How to reopen a specific closed tab
Chrome also offers a menu that lists all windows and recently closed tabs that is keeping track of. To access it, click on the Chrome menu and point to History.
Under Recently Closed, you will see a list of recently closed windows and tabs. Click on one to reopen it.
If you have closed the window or the 'tab some time ago, you will need to click on the "History " option here and browse your browsing history to find it.