There may be several reasons to work with many tabs on the Google Chrome browser. While working on several tabs on your Chrome browser and by mistake, you close the browser, or for a reason, your Windows 10 PC gets shut down, or you restart your Windows 10 PC manually, you will lose all the opened tabs. It is a common problem, and many users face this issue in days to day life. If you are one of those users who do or face such a silly mistake and close the browser while working online or restart your PC, there is a way to restore your last opened browser tabs in Google Chrome.
This post will guide you to restart the Google Chrome browser with the last opened browser sessions in Google Chrome on Windows 10 PC.
How to restart the Google Chrome browser without losing past opened Tabs in Windows 10?
As said above, there is a built-in option in the Google Chrome browser to reopen the Google Chrome browser without losing past opened Tabs in Windows 10. To access this setting in the Google Chrome browser, perform the following steps:-
Step 1. Open the Google Chrome browser.
Step 2. Click on the Chrome Menu bar (three dots) on the right up corner of the browser and then click on the Settings from the drop-down options.
Step 3. On the Chrome Settings page, click on the “On startup” tab from the left pane.
Step 4. On the right side pane of the “On startup,” click the radio button “Continue where you left off.”
Once you complete the above steps while opening the Google Chrome browser, it will automatically restore the previously opened settings. Let you closed the Chrome browser by mistake, the PC got restart automatically, or whatever the reason may be, you will not lose previous opened Tabs in Windows 10 PC.
Alternatively, you can also use the shortcut Ctrl+Shift+T keys to restoring the previous session of the Google Chrome browser.
If your preferred browser is Microsoft Edge, refer to our guide on restarting the Microsoft Edge browser without losing previous opened Tabs in Windows 10.