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How to Make Microsoft Edge Always Open With Previous Tabs.

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It’s simple to restore previous tabs in Microsoft Edge if you constantly want to pick up where you left off.

When you open Microsoft Edge for the first time, it creates a new tab by default. However, there are various reasons why you would want to change this. If you’re the type who prefers to pick up where they left off, you’ll want the browser to open all of your previous tabs instead.

Fortunately, you can adjust the startup options in Microsoft Edge so that it always shows your recent tabs when you start it up. This is especially useful if you’re someone who frequently closes their browser by accident at inconvenient times. So, let’s look at how to make Microsoft Edge open previous tabs automatically.

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How to Make Microsoft Edge Always Open With Previous Tabs

From the settings menu in Microsoft Edge, you can quickly access the launch choices. To get started, simply follow these steps:

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  • Launch Microsoft Edge and go to the upper-right corner of the window to the three-dots icon.
  • Then, from the dropdown menu, select Settings.
  • From the left pane, select On startup.
  • Select the option Continue where you left off from this menu, and you’re done.

Closed Tabs in Microsoft Edge: How to Restore Them

While the aforementioned tips are helpful for clumsy people, the window isn’t the only thing that gets shut by accident. You may also accidentally close an open tab by misclicking. The good news is that you can reopen this closed tab in the same amount of time as it took you to close it.

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To reopen a closed tab, simply right-click on the tab bar and choose Reopen closed tab from the context menu. You may also do the same thing with the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + T.

When you do the above after opening a new Edge window, all of your recently closed tabs will be reopened at the same time.

Accidents happen, but with these choices in Microsoft Edge, you can reverse your blunders and return to the web pages you were looking at. This isn’t a function that only Microsoft Edge has.

As a result, if you use different browsers such as Chrome or Firefox, you can rest assured that you’ll find similar choices to quickly restore your browsing experience.

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Yvone Kendi
Yvone Kendi
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