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Use a Quick Key Combo To Get Back Lost Tabs in Chrome

Here's a quick keycombo trick you can use to get lost Chrome tabs back.

Have you ever closed a tab by mistake in Google Chrome? You can quickly get it back using the keyboard shortcut [CMD][SHIFT][T] on a Mac keyboard. Or use the key combo [Ctrl][Shift][T] on your PC keyboard.


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6/12/2014 | 10:08:57 PM
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I have seen this claim all over the net and not once has it worked for me.  Eithr it's garbage, or the reason my tabs close, which is like I just hit two random keys it doesnt like, it why.
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