Tuesday Tip: Quickly Recover Closed Browser Tabs

by Tony Rushin

As I prepared to write this week’s Tip I asked my daughter, Hannah – just home from Auburn for winter break – what her favorite time-saving tip was for exploring the internet.  Without hesitation she said, “Control-Shift-T.  It reopens a tab that you already closed.  Sometimes, when I’m writing a paper, I say, ‘oh shoot, what was that website I was on two days ago?’, and then I hit control-shift-T several times and there it is!”

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I had never heard of this keyboard shortcut (although, I found, it’s been around for years) but I immediately understood the usefulness.  I hopped onto my laptop, went to Google Chrome (which I hadn’t closed for a week) and started hitting control-shift-T and sure enough, the tabs I had closed popped back open.

This keyboard shortcut works for Chrome (my preferred browser… it’s fast), Internet Explorer and Firefox.

Try it right now – I think you’ll like it and want to put it into your bag of keyboard shortcut tricks.

Tony Rushin: In his role as VP of sales & marketing, he is responsible for hiring, managing and coaching the sales team and always staying on top of (and meeting) the needs of clients. Under his leadership, the company has steadily grown each year.

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