How to open last closed tab in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer?
Many times when the browsers are closed unintentionally we lost all the closed tab, which were useful. The last open tabs in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and IE can be retrieved either by checking the history of the visited sites or by default all the tabs getting opened while opening the browser.
In this blog I will be sharing the browser setting so that you do not miss the last opened tabs.
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Google Chrome: In Google Chrome you need to visit.
Setting > On Startups(Second option from above) > Select > Continue where I left off.
Mozilla Firefox: Goto setting(or press ALT+T) > Press Options > Under the General Tabs > Under Startups > When Firefox Starts: Show my Windows and Tabs last time(Select this option at drop down) > Press OK to save the settings.
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Internet Explorer: Open Internet Explorer and go to Tools (ALT+T)> Select last option > Internet Options > Under the General Tab > Startup > Choose > Start with tabs from the last session > Press OK to save the settings.
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By selecting this option you can never miss the opened websites in your browser. But if you are doing a session based browsing then you will get a closed session when you reopen the tabs(session based browsing is meant for banking sites).
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