How to Reopen Closed Tabs (Chrome, Firefox, Safari)

How to Reopen Closed Tabs (Chrome, Firefox, Safari)

Accidentally close an important tab you were keeping? Can’t remember where to go to reopen it? Want to restore it as fast as possible to optimize your browsing experience? Bookmark this post to remember the easy commands to instantly reopen your last closed tabs!

How to Reopen Closed Tabs (Chrome, Firefox, Safari)

MAC: Shift + CMD + T or CMD + Z
Windows or Linux : Ctrl + Shift + T

That shortcut will reopen the closed tab.

If it wasn’t the last tab you closed, no problem. Keep pressing the keystroke to open more tabs. It even works after you’ve entirely closed your browser, so long as you haven’t done anything to clear the cache.

Cache: A cache is a reserved storage location that collects temporary data to help websites, browsers, and apps load faster.

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