Like Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome browsers, Opera also lets you reopen or restore the previously opened Tabs in Windows 10. It is a useful option for those who accidentally close the browser and then try to restore all previous session tabs in the Opera browser. It is also helpful if you are working with so many tabs and suddenly the PC goes off. Restarting the PC and opening the Opera browser, you can resume your work without reopening individual Tabs. This post will guide you on to restore the opened Tabs in the opera browser on Windows 10 PC.
How to reopen the Opera browser without losing previous opened Tabs in Windows 10?
To reopen or resume the Opera browser without losing previous opened Tabs, perform the following steps:-
1. Start the Opera browser.
2. Click the Setting gear icon from the left side menus.
3. In the Settings page that opens, scroll down to the “On startup” section.
4. Click on the radio button of the “Retain tabs from the previous session” option and then turn On the toggle next to the “Display the start page first” option.
The changes will be saved automatically; you may now close the Opera.
Alternatively, you can use the shortcut Ctrl+Shift+T keys to restoring the previous session of the Opera browser. Just open the Opera browser and press Ctrl+Shift+T shortcut keys to restoring all opened Tabs from the previous session.