Want to restart a Google Chrome browser without losing your open tabs? Know how


Here are some guidelines for restarting a Google Chrome browser without losing your open tabs.

Founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin on September 4, 1998, Google is synonymous with the Internet to millions of users around the world. Internet giants that operate in various fields are well known for their iconic search engine of the same name.

Its ease of use, its multitasking capabilities and its wide options of results to choose from make Google the ultimate choice of Internet users.

Google Chrome is an application for desktops and laptops that facilitates relationships between users and the World Wide Web network. Although it includes all the features and functionality of the popular search engine, sometimes due to technical issues and unforeseeable situations, the application has to be closed and restarted resulting in loss of current search activities or tabs currently open.

How to restart Google Chrome without losing currently open search tabs

1- Force close Chrome will ensure that the next time an app is launched it will ask the user to restore previously opened tabs.

– By selecting this option, the last running instance of Google Chrome will be restored.

– Note that this method should not be used normally because it can interfere with computer systems.

– The Force Close option is most useful in case the computer starts to install updates or needs to be shut down for other reasons

2- The other method to restart Chrome without losing tabs is to type chrome: // restart in the address bar of your Chrome browser.

– Press the Enter or Return key on your keyboard to enter the command.

– This method works for both Mac OS and Windows OS.

– This will cause the browser to restart and the tabs will reappear.

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