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Original Air Date: Feb 2, 2018



Tip for Reopening Tabs


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The use of tabs while browsing the Internet has fundamentally changed the way we use it because it allows us to open many websites during the same session.

But it’s also easy for it to get out of hand by opening too many tabs with each one taking up memory, so closing unneeded tabs is a good way to keep your computer from becoming sluggish.

If you’ve ever accidentally closed a tab, you/re forced to look through the browser History to try to find tabs you still wanted to use.

Well here’s a tip that will cure errant clicks when you close the wrong tab.

The next time it happens, just hold down the Ctrl&Shift keys while tapping the letter T.

The last tab you closed will come back to life without the hassle of trying to remember what it was.

To restore more of the previous tabs, just repeat the process and each one will appear in the order you closed them!

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