Have you ever accidentally closed tabs that had important stuff? Maybe it was an excellent blog post that you were reading, a tab playing a Youtube video, or something else. It might have been because of a misclick, or maybe you were forgetful.
Unfortunately, it happens to the best of us sometimes. Luckily you can reopen recently closed tabs on browsers. You can reopen recently closed tabs and windows on the Brave browser.
Brave browser is a convenient browser that prioritizes users’ experience and data privacy. It has several great features that made me leave behind my old browser and start using it. While using it, I’ve made some blunders, like accidentally closing important tabs. But the good part was that I could immediately undo my mistake.
In this post, we’ll be talking about reopening recently closed tabs on the Brave browser to help people understand that they can close tabs and still revisit them.
Reopening closed tabs can help you go right back to where you left off. The whole process is simple and similar to doing most things on the browser.
Please note that reopening closed tabs does not work in the Private browsing mode since no records are stored or saved in the browser.
Recently Closed Window option
Given how often all of us close tabs we do not want to, it is wise to learn how to reopen them if you ever find yourself in that position. It’s an easy three-step process that will save you time and effort.
Here are the steps to reopen recently closed tabs on the Brave browser:
- Launch the Brave browser on a computer.
- Right-click on the Tab Bar space for the context menu.
- Select Reopen closed window option from the list.
The last tab or window that you were browsing will be reopened. If you continue to select the same option from context-menu, it will sequentially reopen the closed tabs/windows on the browser.
Alternatively. we can use the Brave browser keyboard shortcut. Press the keys/ + + simultaneously and the recently closed tab will be opened. You can keep doing this to reopen recently closed tabs, and the browser will open them sequentially in reverse closing order.
Reopen using the History menu
The Recently closed tab is segregated under the History menu in the Brave browser. We can visit, check and reopen the required tabs and windows from the browser.
We can also reopen recently closed tabs by going through your browser history. Look through your browser history and locate the tabs you closed, you can then visit them again.
Here are the steps to reopen the closed tabs using Brave browser history:
- Launch the Brave computer browser.
- Click on the More for options menu.
- Select the History menu to expand.
- Click on the Recently closed option from the sub-menu.
It will display all the recently closed windows and tabs list.
- Choose the desired window or tab to reopen in the Brave browser.
Additionally, you can access your browsing history by pressing+ and then opening the tab you want to open. It will help reopen any website you’ve closed in the past without following the sequence.
Bottom Line: Brave Reopen Closed Tabs
The Brave browser is an amazing substitute for browsers like Google Chrome and Apple Safari. When compared to its rivals, it has several advantages. We seek to move from other browsers to Brave as smoothly as possible for those who recently moved to Brave.
I know that can be frustrating and can derail your mood instantly. But there’s no need to worry, you can reopen recently closed tabs instantly with the steps mentioned in this post. You can even use the keyboard shortcut and you will have your tabs back!
If you fear losing the important tabs, we strongly recommend bookmarking the links and add to the Brave bookmark list. It helps in adding and managing the bookmarks without stress.
Thus, if you had trouble closing tabs by mistake and losing important data while using the Brave browser, I hope this article was helpful for you to reopen the tabs and windows quickly.