How to reset Chrome in the absence of the reset button after a crash

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How restore Chrome in the absence of the reset button. You are browsing the internet with several tabs open on the browser Google Chrome and all of a sudden the computer or browser crashes and all tabs disappear.

I know, it sounds scary, but what's even scarier is the button 'restoration' or 'reopen the last session'which does not appear after reopening Chrome. what are you doing?

Don't worry, we have a simple solution for you. It doesn't matter if you accidentally closed your browser, this procedure will surely help you.



How to reset Chrome Tabs

Turn on your Chrome after it has accidentally closed and if you don't see the 'Reset' option highlighted under the address bar, access the three-dot menu in the top right corner of the browser.

Find 'Chronology'in the menu and point the mouse over it. A drop-down menu will appear with several options.

By clicking on the first option under the history title your tabs will be reopened.



The keyboard shortcut for doing the same is Ctrl + Shift + T, which should work the same way and open the collection of tabs that were closed during the crash.

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