I can’t believe that I’ve never heard of Ctrl-Shift-T.
Assuming most of us were paid for every time, we accidentally closed a browser tab or worse, an entire window full of tabs, most of us would have been rich by now.
But there is a very straightforward and easy to remember keyboard shortcut that can instantly correct this error on Windows, ‘Ctrl-Shift-T’ and if you make use of a Mac, ‘Apple-Shift-T’.
Sincerely, I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I just discovered this shortcut a while ago, but it has changed my browsing life ever since. You can also use a browser extension called ‘TooManyTabs’ to also do something alike, but this is way better.
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You should know that some browsers work better than some others. In Chrome or Safari, you can restore an entire window full of tabs with this fast three-button press, as long as your internet browser is opened and running.
But in Microsoft Edge or Firefox, restoration of tabs is one at a time, and only if those exact tabs were opened in the same browser window.
I can bet as this keyboard shortcut is new to me, it is also new to you, but if it is not, it can be helpful to someone else, so please hit the share button and share with friends and followers.