How to Reopen That Browser Tab You Accidentally Just Closed

 

How to Reopen That Browser Tab You Accidentally Just Closed

There’s nothing more frustrating than inadvertently closing a browser tab you meant to keep open.  Here, a shortcut for Mac users that will magically open your recently closed tabs.

What you do: Hit Shift + Command + T. 

When you can do it: Anytime–not just immediately after exiting. This shortcut will let you reopen up to ten recent browser tabs, no matter how much time has passed since you closed ’em (and even if you’ve quit Chrome in between).

What you should do in the meantime: Maybe Pin this tip, in case you need it after accidentally closing, say, ten recent browser tabs.

 

 

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