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How To Restore a Closed Tab in Chrome

If you're surfing the web, you've probably closed out one of your tabs by accident before. If you're using Chrome, there are a few easy methods on Chrome to recover your closed tabs. Check out this article to get started.

Go to the Google Chrome Menu

To recover your tab from the Chrome menu, click on the three small dots in the top right of your browser, and then select History. The list of your previously closed tabs will then open. Simply click on the one you would like to restore:

Click Directly on an Open Tab

As a second option, right-click on any of your tabs on Chrome, and then click Reopen closed tab. This operation opens the page you just closed, Chrome History. Simply select the page you wish to restore:

N.B.: The keyboard shortcut for this command is: Ctrl + Shift + T.

Use the Trash Can Extension

Trash Can is a Chrome plugin that allows you to restore closed tabs. It has a very clear interface, which makes it very easy to use. Once installed, you will only have to click on the trash icon and a menu will appear with the list of your closed tabs. Select the one you want to restore, and that's it. You can download it here.

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