- 4th May 2010, 17:14 #1
How To re-open last closed tabs in Internet Explorer & other Browsers
Accidentally closing webpages in Internet Explorer you really didn't want to close, can be a pain.
With Open Last Closed Tab, you can re-open those closed tabs by hitting Alt-X or by selecting the page in the toolbar list of previously closed tabs. The newly added Quick Tab Style View, displayed when you hit Alt-Q, shows you thumbnails of the previous tabs you've closed with filtering support to visually identify pages you want to re-open.
For other browsers please click HERE.
- 4th May 2010, 18:30 #2Windows Enthusiast
- Join Date
- Jul 2009
CTRL + SHIFT + T also works best on all browsers.
- 19th May 2010, 11:49 #3New Member
- Join Date
- May 2010
I have enjoyed this new feature, but I no longer see these options when I go to a 'New Tab'. I must have inadvertantly done something to turn it off. All I see now is a screen with limited options that begins with "What do you want to do next?" instead of the thumbnail links to previous web pages. Can you tell me if I did something to turn this off, and how to turn the feature on again? [I am on Windows 7 and IE 8.] Thank you!