crn5000-inc2015 BPTW logo
Contact us today!
(918) 770-8738
 
 

Integrated Business Technologies Blog

Integrated Business Technologies has been serving the Broken Arrow area since 2007, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

Tip of the Week: Closed a Tab Accidentally? Here’s How to Restore It

Everyone has accidentally closed an important web browser tab before they were finished with it. What can you really do about it, though? You might expect that you have to search for the page again, but there’s a much easier way to do it. In your Google Chrome browser on a PC or smartphone, you can reopen closed tabs relatively easily.

A trick to remember for your Chrome web browser is to right-click an empty tab. This will open up a drop-down menu that provides the option for Reopen Closed Tab. If this doesn’t quite work out, you can also try using the Ctrl+Shift+T keyboard shortcut.

If you’re using Android, you can also accomplish the same feat. It’s relatively simple, so we’ll walk you through it. First, start up the Google Chrome app. Next, you’ll want to tap the three-dot menu in the top-right corner of the screen. A few selections down, you’ll notice the Recent tabs. You can see all tabs that have been recently closed.

From this screen, you can also see the tabs that have been closed on your other devices that are connected to your mobile device. For example, if you have your smartphone synced to your desktop computer, you’ll see the recently closed tabs from both devices. All you have to do to is tap the title of the tab that you want to open.

For other browsers, the process is more or less the same. In Firefox, you can restore your last browsing session right from your browser home screen by clicking on Restore Previous Session. In Microsoft Edge, you can right-click an empty tab in the same way you would in Chrome.

Did we help you open up some of those old tabs you accidentally closed? We hope so! To learn more great tips and tricks, visit Integrated Business Technologies’s blog today.

 

Comments

No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment
Already Registered? Login Here
Guest
Wednesday, 19 September 2018
If you'd like to register, please fill in the username, password and name fields.

Captcha Image

Sign Up for Our Newsletter

  • First Name *
  • Last Name *

      Free Consultation

      Sign up today for a
      FREE Network Consultation

      How secure is your IT infrastructure?
      Let us evaluate it for free!

      Sign up Now!

      freeconsultation
       

      Tag Cloud

      Security Technology Tip of the Week Privacy Managed Service Provider Business Management Internet Cloud Microsoft Best Practices Business Computing Saving Money Productivity Workplace Tips IT Services Hosted Solutions Hackers Backup Email Malware Mobile Devices Business Software Data IT Support Hardware Small Business Network Communication Server Smartphones VoIP Upgrade Computer Google Windows Business Continuity Mobile Device Management Efficiency Innovation Virtualization Microsoft Office Disaster Recovery Miscellaneous Mobile Office Vendor Management Gadgets Holiday Social Media Tech Term Outsourced IT BYOD User Tips Quick Tips Data Backup Passwords Smartphone Network Security Mobile Computing Android Internet of Things Windows 10 Managed IT services WiFi Bring Your Own Device Browser The Internet of Things Best Practice Spam Remote Monitoring Ransomware Alert Save Money Trending Operating System Data Management Users Apple Remote Computing Wireless Technology Data Recovery Gmail Going Green Firewall Content Filtering Unified Threat Management Artificial Intelligence History Router Printer Tech Support Current Events Information Technology Encryption Analytics IT Solutions Lithium-ion Battery Big Data Facebook IT Consultant Office Cloud Computing App Customer Relationship Management Managed IT Humor Employer-Employee Relationship Saving Time Website Avoiding Downtime Maintenance Collaboration Two-factor Authentication Hard Drives Antivirus Paperless Office Document Management Windows 8 Applications Productivity IT Support IT service Managed IT Services Chrome Business Growth Wi-Fi Phone System Customer Service Compliance Apps Hacking Computers Application Cybersecurity Virus Bandwidth Fax Server Outlook Health Automation Office Tips Digital Payment Mobile Device Retail Phishing VPN Marketing Risk Management Excel Licensing Inbound Marketing Tablet Government Managed Service iPhone Office 365 Administration Project Management Training Augmented Reality Password Regulations Proactive IT User Error Computer Repair Presentation Point of Sale Co-Managed IT Mouse Data Security Budget Net Neutrality Social Unified Communications Recovery Money Infrastructure File Sharing PowerPoint Running Cable Social Networking Settings Scam Alerts Cost Management Display Wireless Vulnerability Cybercrime Save Time Information Blockchain Data loss Hiring/Firing HIPAA Intranet BDR Business Intelligence Redundancy Recycling Statistics Files Internet Exlporer Competition Piracy Network Congestion Storage Smart Technology Mobility Downtime Mobile Security Help Desk eWaste Sports IoT Flexibility Search Hosted Solution Virtual Desktop USB Company Culture Twitter Business Owner Data storage Tip of the week Hacker Robot User Programming IBM Printing Healthcare Analyitcs End of Support Education LiFi Computing Wearable Technology Safety Specifications SaaS Cables Deep Learning Staff IT Consulting Patch Management Software as a Service PC Care G Suite Remote Workers Digital Signature Google Wallet Modem Cache Memory Microsoft Excel Scheduling Value Writing Chromebook Wires Operations Data Breach Laptop eBay Technology Tips Remote Support Leadership Travel Drones Cookies Social Engineering Management Buisness Skype Streaming Media New Additions Documents Virtual Private Network Entrepreneur Identities Print Server Technology Laws Halloween Text Messaging Comparison Work Station Undo Monitoring Backups Nanotechnology Enterprise Resource Planning People CIO LinkedIn Permissions 5G Congratulations How To PDF Video Surveillance Telephony MSP Solid State Drive IT Technicians Law Firm IT Unified Threat Management Scary Stories Windows 8.1 Update Black Friday Identity Theft Consulting Legal Screen Reader Mobile Best Available Fraud Assessment Proactive Alt Codes Mirgation Access Control Cyber Monday Macro Domains Managed Services Provider Smart Tech Managing Stress YouTube Fun IT Management Business Technology Word Machine Learning Remote Monitoring and Management Typing Bluetooth SharePoint Online Currency Public Speaking Google Drive E-Commerce Connectivity How To Enterprise Content Management Cortana Network Management Computer Accessories Networking Private Cloud WPA3 Cryptocurrency Migration Gaming Console Downloads Distributed Denial of Service Google Docs Features Environment Vulnerabilities Hotspot Knowledge Windows 10 Public Cloud Fleet Tracking Bitcoin Chatbots Multi-Factor Security Samsung Managed IT Service Software Tips Electronic Health Records Star Wars Troubleshooting Geography Debate communications Language Experience Touchscreen Heating/Cooling Sync Asset Tracking Hacks Identity Google Calendar Crowdfunding Break Fix Consumers Utility Computing High-Speed Internet Computing Infrastructure Adminstration Techology Server Management Mobile Device Managment OneNote 3D Legislation Dark Web IP Address Virtual Reality Development Cooperation Disaster Resistance Refrigeration Employee-Employer Relationship Disaster Motherboard Hard Drive Data Warehousing Conferencing Monitors

      Top Blog

      Basically, any machine that uses fans and vents to cool itself can overheat if airflow is restricted. If you have used a laptop on your lap for an extended session, then you know what we are talking about when the computer becomes hot to the touch. Every portable device is designed a little diffe...
      QR-Code