Reopen recently closed tabs on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari

You will be too deep in searching on the internet or working on your presentation and have multiple reference pages open on your internet browsers. The moment you accidentally close a tab or a window will be critical.

Don’t be too harsh with yourself when you make that mistake. There is a solution on all the top internet browsers.

Check out how to reopen the recently closed window or recently closed tab on all the browsers :

To reopen the recently closed tab on Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome, just press “CTRL + SHIFT + T”.

To reopen the recently closed tab on Apple Safari, press “CTRL + Z”. Only one tab can be reopened.

How many recently closed tabs you want, press the key combination as many times. Last closed tab opens first. Alternatively, if you want to open a particular tab that was closed recently, check below:

Reopen recently closed tab on Google Chrome

Reopen recently closed tab on Google Chrome

Reopen recently closed tab on Google Chrome

  1. Press CTRL + T to open a new tab
  2. Click ‘Recently closed’ on the Bottom right corner next to the webstore link on the new tab
  3. There will be a list of recently closed tabs. Click the one you want to reopen.

 

Reopen recently closed tab on Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press “ALT + S” or click ‘History’ on the menu
  2. History menu will list the recently closed tabs. Click the one you want to reopen.

 

Reopen recently closed tab on Internet Explorer

  1. Press CTRL + T to open a new tab
  2. Under ‘Recently closed’, there will be a list of recently closed tabs. Click the one you want to reopen.

If even these options didn’t work out, you need to dig through the history for the closed pages and get the one needed.

To see history of all the pages you viewed, check below:

Browsing history on Chrome

Press CTRL + H to see the history of all pages in a new tab

Browsing history on Firefox

Press CTRL + H to see the history of all pages as a sidebar

Browsing history on Internet Explorer

Press CTRL + H to see the history of all pages as a dropdown bar

Browsing history on Safari

Press CTRL + H to see the history of all pages replacing the current tab. So it is better to open a new tab and press ‘CTRL + H’

COMMON NOTE : If you’ve deleted your browsing history since closing tabs, you won’t be able to reopen those tabs.

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