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Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 technology  research  practice

A Technology Tip

  • Technology

Every so often you will accidently close a browser window tab that you wanted to keep open. Hate when that happens!
And after doing so, you want to get it back. Typically, most of us will open Google Search in a new tab and try to reconstruct the search terms that got us to the tab in the first place. Sometimes you might open a new tab and go into your browsing history. And while doing either these things will probably get you back, there is a must easier and faster way to get that tab back.
Pressing Ctrl+Shift+T instantly and magically opens the most recently closed tab on exactly the same page on most Windows browsers. Cmd+Shift+T does the same thing in Chrome on a Mac and on Safari use Cmd+Z.

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