Accidentally closing a browser tab can be infuriating. Fortunately, the process is easy to undo for both Chrome and Safari. Here’s how you can recover closed Chrome or Safari browser tabs on a Mac or an iPhone.
How to Recover A Closed Chrome Tab in macOS
To reopen a closed Chrome tab on a Mac, press Shift-Command-T (⇧⌘T) on the keyboard.
How to Recover A Closed Chrome Tab in iOS
To recover a closed Chrome tab on an iPhone, first, tap the More () button on the bottom right of the screen, and then tap Recent Tabs.
How to Recover A Closed Safari Tab in macOS
To reopen a closed Safari tab on a Mac, use the “undo” keyboard shortcut Command-Z (⌘Z).
How to Recover A Closed Safari Tab in iOS
To recover a closed Safari tab on an iPhone, tap the Tabs button on the bottom right of the screen, and then tap and hold on the Plus () button in the middle of the screen to bring up the Recently Closed Tabs window. From there, you can pick any tab to recover.
Do you find these tips on how to recover closed browser tabs helpful? If you would like to learn more Safari keyboard shortcuts, check out this post.
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