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Prevent Google Chrome From Closing When You Close The Last Tab

By default closes the window when the last tab has been closed. However, you can prevent it from happening using a which also does a lot more things.

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The Chrome Toolbox extension for Google Chrome adds a ton of features to the browser. It also provides a feature to stop Chrome from closing down when you close the last tab. To enable that feature install the extension and then click on it’s icon to display then menu and click on the "Options" link.

Disable Window Closing in Chrome

On the options page, select the checkbox next to "Don’t close current browser window when closing last tab, create a new tab instead." This will ensure that Chrome does not close the window when you close the last tab using the Ctrl + W hotkey, you can of course close the window by clicking on "x" symbol on the browser.

In addition to closing tabs Chrome Toolbox also provides you with several other features, including a confirmation before closing multiple tabs. Here are some more features of what Chrome Toolbox does:

  • Magnify any image on a web page, set it as your wallpaper, and view it in its original size
  • Drag any video on a web page (Flash and HTML5 video) out of the page in its own stand-alone window, closing the window puts it back to the original page, both with play state reservation
  • Customize tab behavior to close the tab on double click, to create a new tab on closing the last tab, and to always open a link in its own tab
  • Save and restore un-submitted form data, to avoid data loss caused by session expiration or a no-cache page setting
  • One shortcut to launch all predefined URLs (from your Bookmark Manager folder)
  • Learn, compare and contrast shortcuts in Chrome and other popular browsers.
  • Put your favorite Chrome functionalities in the drop down menu, reorder them in the way you like
  • Define Boss Key
  • Mute all tabs

Definitely worth downloading and using. Download Chrome Toolbox Extension.

How To Undo/Reopen Closed Tab In Google Chrome?

Google Chrome allows users to undo tabs that they have closed in two different ways, in this post we will look at the 2 days to undo closed tabs in Chrome.

First Method To Undo/Reopen Closed Tabs in Google Chrome

This is probably the easy way to undo closed tabs, not that the 2nd way is harder but using this step you can quickly open closed tabs.

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To open a closed tab, simply right click anywhere on the tab area and click on Reopen closed tabs to reopen the closed tab, you can also use the shortcut key Ctrl + Shift + T to reopen closed tabs.

Second Method To Undo/Reopen Closed Tabs In Google Chrome

The second method to undo/reopen closed tabs in Google Chrome is to open a new tab and scroll down to the bottom of the tab, in the right hand side of the new tab you will see a list of recently closed tabs, just click on the links to reopen the close tabs.