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11/9/11
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cmn2468

How to reopen a closed window. Not a closed tab.

Google Chrome version (type about:version into the address bar):Operating System:Error Message:Extensions installed:
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I know how to reopen tabs, but not a window that had multiple tabs in it.
I just switched from IE so I'm a bit green.
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†Tommy G.†
11/9/11
†Tommy G.†
If you close a window, you lose that window.  There is no function to reopen a window, just a new window.
timmmy_42
11/9/11
timmmy_42
The recently closed section allows you to reopen closed windows.
BigKenneth
4/19/12
BigKenneth
Open a new blank tab by clicking the new tab button, then down at the right hand side in will say "Recently closed".
 
Click this then it should display a list of tabs you recently closed, so select the one labelled "x tabs" (x for however many tabs you had open in the window you closed.)
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7/13/12
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Abhisheksuraj
7/25/12
Abhisheksuraj
Great... Thanks so much
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yaakov1
3/11/14
yaakov1
If you have multiple (/other) browser windows open, you can Press ctrl + Shift + t (Just as you would do to reopen a closed tab (so long as you have the window (/other tabs) still open)) to restore the entire closed window at once.
 
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