Tech Tip: Remember Ctrl-Shift-T to Get Your Tabs Back

chrome

We’re all about keyboard shortcuts here at Weston. They are a boon to productivity if you don’t have to take your hands off your keyboard to use your mouse. We’ve already covered Word and Outlook keyboard shortcuts, but here is one keyboard shortcut for your browser that you should know: Ctrl-Shift-T.

What does this handy shortcut do? It re-opens the last closed tab. We’ve all been there: Accidently closing a browser tab that you meant to keep open. Hit Ctrl-Shift-T and your tab will come back. Hit it multiple times to bring back the last several closed tabs in your history.

Yes, each browser has a way you can do this with the mouse, but this short cut works just fine in Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Firefox, so you don’t have to learn another interface.

Do you have a favorite browser shortcut? Share it in the comments below!

Comments : 2
LEAVE A REPLY
    2 comments
    • Dark
      May 31, 2020 at 2:55 PM

      If you ask me this shortcut is handy. Very, very, very handy. Please post more shortcuts!!!

      • : Fire
      • : 518-313-5667
      REPLY
    • G.S.
      Jul 5, 2020 at 8:37 PM

      Control Shift T
      has not worked for me for the last 3 weeks with Chrome.
      Help? Please.
      If there is a mouse alternative, that would be nice. But I prefer Cntrl Shft T.
      Please don’t tell me about Control Shift H. I know about that.

      • : Giauque
      • : 801-888-5054
      REPLY

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published.

    Weston

    - A Team That Supports Your
    People, Not Just Your Technology