How to Reopen Closed Tabs in Google Chrome

How to Reopen Closed Tabs in Google Chrome

Google has removed the most useful “tabs”, option in Chrome 78. So, Where is Reopen closed tabs in Chrome?

The context-menu options that were removed are ‘New tab‘, ‘Close other tabs‘, ‘Reopen closed tab‘, and ‘Bookmark all tabscontext-menu options.

Here’s you need to know.

Google has removed some of the right-click menu options in hopes of decluttering things. You’ll no longer see New tab, Close other tabs, Reopen closed tab and Bookmark all tabs context-menu options.

Only, the “Close tabs to the right” option persists.
Close Other Tabs Option Removed.
Reopen closed tab and Bookmark all tabs , it has moved Tabs context menu.

If you desperately want the “Reopen closed tabs” facility back in Chrome, you need to right click on the empty area on the right of the tab strip, or right click on the plus button.

How to Reopen Closed Tabs in Google Chrome

Also pressing Ctrl+Shift+T will open previously closed tabs in the order they were closed.

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2 thoughts on “How to Reopen Closed Tabs in Google Chrome”

  1. Google Chrome is becoming more and more PATHETIC every passing release. They are adding stupid redesigns no one wanted and now they are stripping our FEATURES that we LOVE to use. BRING BACK REOPEN CLOSED TAB and CLOSE OTHER TABS feature right away. No one asked you to remove it. You guys do not even consider user experience for most power users . You have to remember a lot of power users use Chrome differently than a handful of Chrome devs and they are absolutely irate over your stupid changes

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