All browsers have the ability to restore the latest links, and Google Chrome is no exception. Chrome stores some information, such as open tabs and windows, the size of each window, its location on the screen, and can reset it if you close the program.
Of course, Google Chrome has an automatic reset, which if you turn it on every time you open this browser comes back to the last session, ie it was shut down just before.
To enable automatic reset you only have to go to Google Chrome settings, go down to the "Startup" group and select "Continue from where you left off."
Additionally, when you restart your Chrome browser after a crash or shutdown via Task Manager , Chrome displays a small dialog box with an option to reset the last session.
When this option is enabled, Chrome resets the last session without interruption. Rarely, Chrome may not automatically reset the last session and may not even show up after a crash. If this is the case, see how to manually reset the last Google Chrome session.
There are two easy ways to restore manually. It's worth noting that these methods work even if you haven't configured it Chrome browser automatically reset the last session.
Step 1: After you start the Chrome browser, press Ctrl, Shift, and T (Ctrl + Shift + T) at the same time to reset your last browser.
Step 1: Start the Chrome browser. Click the icon of the three vertical dots (next to the user account image on the toolbar) and select History to see all recently closed tabs.
Step 2: Here, under the Recently closed section, Chrome displays X tabs (where X is a number of tabs, 4 for our case). Click this to reset your last browsing session. So simple!
Note that Chrome does not display this information on the History page, which you can access using the Ctrl + H keyboard shortcut.
These methods work great in your new browser Chromium-based Microsoft Edge.