Here's another installment in an occasional series of useful tips rather than actual freeware downloads. I haven't written a tip for a few months, so it's definitely time for one. And this is really handy if you use Chrome as your browser.
Here's the scenario. You've got loads of browser tabs open, because you're looking at a number of sites. Then you inadvertently close your browser and you realise, too late, that one of those sites was actually important. But you've forgotten which one, and you don't even recall its URL.
Thankfully, there's a really easy solution to this. Open Chrome again and, when it's loaded, press Ctrl+Shift+T. Chrome will instantly restore every tab that was open when you last closed the program, so the site you wanted to remember will now be accessible.
So remember: to re-open all your previous tabs, just load Chrome again and press Ctrl+Shift+T and you can stop panicking.
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