How To Reopen Closed Tabs in Chrome, Safari, and Firefox?
A lot of browsers are present in the world. Among them, some important browsers are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox can be browsers for all operating systems. But Safari is the only browser that goes to the Mac operating system. While browsing on any browser, we can accidentally close the opened tabs. Often we found that the tab is not necessary. Typically, completely in an accident, those get closed. In such cases, it is a difficult task to again open them. If the user again wants to open those tabs, this can take a lot of much time to complete. Also, it is a ridiculous task. So, there are some small tricks. Users can easily open the tabs which they needed.
Reopen Closed Tabs In Google Chrome:
If a user is using Google Chrome and suddenly closed one tab. Now, again, reopening the tab is a one-step process. The user needs to press the following keys:
This will help to reopen the closed tab. Users can press the keys any number of times. This will help them to open the tabs which they have closed previously also. Like, the YouTube tab was closed accidentally, so we used those three keys to again open the tab. This will open the tab in the same place where it was placed.
Step 1: Right-click the tab menu bar area and select Reopen Closed Tabs.
Step 2: Doing this again will open the previously closed tab.
Reopen Closed Tabs In Safari:
Now, if a user is surfing in the Safari browser & suddenly closed a tab. Now the user again wants to open it. So, the user needs to use three keys at the same time. Here, in the case of Safari, the user needs to press:
Shift+Command+T to reopen the closed tabs.
Users can use it multiple times to reopen the earlier closed windows. A YouTube page was accidentally closed in Safari. Using this method, the user can easily again open the closed tab. The tab will reopen at the same place in the Safari.
Step 1: Select History from the menu bar at the top of the screen (options include Safari, File, Edit, View, and History).
Step 2: This will give you some options as shown above. Hover over “Recently Closed” (the first option) to see her two recently closed tabs. If you’re using Safari as your browser, you may see more tabs.
Step 3: If you see a tab you just closed and want to reopen it, just click it, and it will open in a new tab/window.
Step 4: There are also options to ‘Reopen last closed tab’ (with keyboard shortcuts listed next to it) and ‘Restore all windows from the last session.
Reopen Closed Tabs In Mozilla Firefox:
Now, in the case of Mozilla Firefox, the same process need to be followed. Here also, we need to press three keys at the same time to reopen the closed tab. The user needs to press the following keys.
In this case also. This will help to reopen the closed tabs. In this case, also, users can press the keys any number of times to reopen the previously closed tabs. Like, the YouTube tab was closed accidentally, so we used those three keys to again open the tab in Firefox. This will also open the tab in the same place where it was placed in Firefox.
Step 1: To open recently closed tabs in Firefox from the menu options, look for the bookshelf-like icon in the upper right corner.
Step 2: Clicking on it will reveal a drop-down menu with a “History” tab. Click on it as highlighted in the image above.
Step 3: This will bring up a new menu with a “Recently Closed Tabs” option as shown below.
Step 4: Clicking it opens another menu with all recently closed tabs.
Step 5: Click one of the tabs that appear, and Firefox will go to that tab in a new window.
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