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How to Reopen Closed Tabs in Your Web Browsers

Tell me if this sounds familiar: you are working in your web browser and close a tab that you think is not useful anymore only to regret it later. Or, you have too many tabs open and accidentally close the wrong one. Well, don’t sweat it as it happens to the best of us. Luckily, it’s not that difficult to reopen them. Every major web browser these days offers the functionality to open recently closed tabs. So, without any further ado; here’s how to reopen closed tabs in all the popular web browsers.

Reopen Closed Tabs in Different Web Browsers

Google Chrome

To reopen a recently closed tab in Google Chrome, right click on the tab bar and select the “Reopen closed tab” option from the popup menu that appears. Alternatively, you can use the key combination of Ctrl+Shift+T on the keyboard. Repeating the same action multiple times will reopen the tabs in the order they were closed previously.

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Mozilla Firefox

To reopen a recently closed tab in Mozilla Firefox, right click on the tab bar and select the “Reopen last closed tab” option from the popup menu that appears. Alternatively, you can use the key combination of Ctrl+Shift+T on the keyboard.

Opera

To reopen a recently closed tab in Opera, right click on the tab bar and select the “Undo close tab” option from the popup menu that appears. Alternatively, you can use the key combination of Ctrl+Shift+T on the keyboard.

Vivaldi

To reopen a recently closed tab in Vivaldi, right click on the tab bar and select the “Reopen closed tab” option from the popup menu that appears. Alternatively, you can use the key combination of Ctrl+Shift+T or Ctrl+Z on the keyboard.

Microsoft Edge

To reopen a recently closed tab in Microsoft Edge, right click on the tab bar and select the “Reopen closed tab” option from the popup menu that appears. Alternatively, you can use the key combination of Ctrl+Shift+T on the keyboard.

Safari

To reopen a recently closed tab in Safari, go to History and select “Reopen last closed window” option from the popup menu that appears. Alternatively, you can use the key combination of Cmd+Shift+T on the keyboard.

If you want to revisit the websites that you opened a long time ago or are a bit shaky on the exact website link, you can always go through your browser history and find whatever it is that you are looking for.

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