- Countless users complain about a missing Reopen Closed Tab option from their browser of choice.
- This can be extremely useful if you happen to accidentally close Microsoft’s Edge opened tabs.
- Assuming that’s your case too, there’s a nifty keyboard shortcut that you should know about.
- No less important, you may set up Edge to open previously closed sessions when you launch it.
As you most likely know, most browsers these days have quite a nifty feature known as Reopen Closed Tab or Recently Closed Tabs. Microsoft Edge is no exception to that.
Needless to say, this can prove extremely useful if you happen to accidentally close some opened tabs. However, several users complain that they cannot find such a feature at all.
Let’s assume that you want to quickly reopen your last closed tab or restore certain tabs from a previous browsing session.
You’re clearly entitled to ask questions regarding the missing Reopen Closed Tab option from your browser of choice. Speaking of that, here’s what one user says:
My Microsoft Edge menu does not have a Reopen Tab option. Did they get rid of it?
How to reopen tabs in Edge with no Reopen Tab option present?
In a hurry, you may close a certain tab that you had been working on for hours. Of course, you immediately think of right-clicking on a new tab, and selecting the option Reopen Closed Tab.
Even if you cannot find it, there’s a nifty trick that you can apply. If you haven’t closed the browser yet, you can also get all tabs back by using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + T.
This will open them in the exact order in which they were closed before, so that you can easily continue your browsing session.
Moreover, keep in mind that you can easily set up Microsoft Edge to open previously closed sessions every time you launch the browser. This quick guide on how to restore previous Edge sessions will help you do so.
Have you used the above keyboard shortcut too? Let us know in the comments area below if you have any questions.