Happened unpleasant event. You worked in browser. You had open tabs in huge quantities. But something went wrong. And all open tabs are gone in your browser. How to act in this situation? Find out from the article.

Restore tabs in Chrome

Google Chrome closed tabs you can restore one by one using Ctrl + Shift + T.

A list of tabs you’ve closed recently, there is in the settings menu. Select “History” → “Recently closed”. The browser prompts you to open several tabs that have been closed.

restore closed tabs chrome

Previously, it was possible to restore the session file Last Session and rename it in the Current Session. Unfortunately, this method does not work.

Of course, you can open the file in Notepad, and sort all the links. But it’s subject for specialists, not to ordinary users. Output — extensions. At the end of the article for each of the browsers is an example.

Restore tabs in Firefox

The home page of the browser itself by default offers to restore previous session. The corresponding button is in the lower right corner, you just need to push it.

 restore previous session firefox

If the home page is you have not installed Firefox by default, to restore closed tabs in the menu “History” → “Restore previous session”.

In the browser there is also a page session restore, which appears in the window after an emergency shutdown program. The page can be invoked manually, to do this in the browser need to type about:sessionrestore. Firefox will offer to restore the tabs from last session or start a new one.

Restore tabs in Opera

Work with escaped tabs in Opera is similar to Chrome. It is a combination of hot keys Ctrl + Shift + T, saving tabs, and recently closed tabs in the special menu.

If the menu recently closed tabs not saved, you will have to delve into the history and install extensions for the future.

Extensions

Session Manager
Session Manager
Developer: Michael Kraft
Price: Free
Session Buddy
Session Buddy
Developer: sessionbuddy.com
Price: Free
TabHamster
TabHamster
Developer:
Price: Free