Have you ever tried to close one browser tab, but accidentally closed them all? Or had your computer crash while you had lots of important tabs open? If so, you probably groaned internally when reading those words, remembering how long it took you to find those websites again. The great news is that every modern browser has a way to recover recently deleted tabs. What’s more, you can turn on a warning that will pop up if you click to close the browser and multiple tabs are open.
The folks at Tech-Talk have created a short video and article detailing how to restore recently deleted tabs, no matter which browser you’re using. The article also explains how to turn on a warning letting you know you’re about to do it, even if that functionality isn’t included in the browser by default.
Tech-Talk is an online resource the library subscribes to on behalf of its patrons. It is full of articles, videos, webinars, and other ways to learn about technology. Choose from longer, more detailed content or focus on their quick, targeted tips. Have you had a chance to check out Tech-Talk yet? If so, let us know what you think in the comments.