There is nothing more annoying than to be working or browsing different websites and then suddenly Chrome closes unexpectedly. Is it possible to recover the tabs when this happens? Luckily we can get it back all tabs when Chrome I know closes or restart unexpectedly and a little further down, we will see a detailed guide to the process to achieve it on Windows, iOS and Android.
Recover Chrome Tabs After It Quits Unexpectedly
By default, Chrome saves your browsing history, even if the browser closes or restarts unexpectedly. Obviously we are going to lose all the tabs that we had open. However, thanks to the history we will be able to recover them easily.
We will have to click on the three points that are in the upper right corner of the screen. We are going to place the mouse over “History” and a new submenu is displayed where we are going to see all the pages that we have recently visited. Among these pages are the tabs that were closed by Chrome. We are just going to open one by one.
Another option that we have available is to right-click on the top of Chrome. Among the options that appear we can see that one says “Reopen closed tab” or “Reopen closed window”. In this way we can open the last tab that was closed.
The best option in these cases is to simply search the Chrome history. We have all the websites that we have visited, so they will appear all the tabs that were closed when Chrome crashed or crashed unexpectedly.
Restore Chrome tabs after unexpected restart on iOS and Android
For iOS and Android, retrieve eyelashes it is something extremely simple. We simply press the ellipsis that are in the upper right part of the screen of the Chrome app and a new one is displayed. On iOS they are in the lower right.
Click on the option “Recent tabs” and “Recently closed” we will have to look for the missing tabs. We are simply going to have to press on one to open it.