Suppose you are preparing a report taking reference of some sites that are opened in the different tabs of your Google Chrome browser and suddenly there is a power failure, or by mistake, you shutdown your browser. Now, you restart your browser and want your previous tabs again. This article will help you in restoring previous session in Google Chrome. So let us start with, How to Restore Previous Session in Google Chrome?
Steps to Restore Previous Session in Google Chrome:
Method 1 of 4: Through Settings
Step 1: Click the Customise and Control Google Chrome (1) button of your Google Chrome browser. Among the options popped out, click on Settings.
Selecting first option, Open the New Tab page, let the browser start with the new tab page always.
Selecting second option, Continue where you left off, let your browser start with the previous session, i.e. where you closed the browser.
Selecting third option, Open specific page or set of pages, let your browser open with the specified page/s.
Method 2 of 4: From Title Bar
Previous method is tedious as whenever you will open your browser you will find the tabs of the previously browsed session, which you may not require every time.
Step 1: This method allows you to restore the previous session only when you require. Right-click on the title bar of your browsers window or the title bar of the opened tab. Among the popped option click on Reopen closed window.
If you are browsing and suddenly by mistake close any important tab, then you can restore that tab by the following step.
Step 1: Right click on any of the title bar or the tab opened and select Reopen closed tab.
Step 1: Click the Customise and control Google Chrome button. Crawl your mouse to the option, History. Some more option will pop out which will show Recently closed tabs and sessions. Select according to your need.