Did you just close a Safari tab or window? No problem – you can get it back. Like any modern browser, Apple's Safari for Mac can open a closed tab or window – as long as you're not browsing privately.
Browsing browsing is perhaps the best thing to come to the internet since the Keyboard Cat, and if you It's like you have more tabs open than you will ever remember watching. Unfortunately, it sometimes leads to what we like to call "The Purge" recovery of tabs that always have an unfortunate side effect ̵1; closing the only tab that you absolutely wanted to keep open.
Thankfully, someone at Apple thought about it and there is a handy dandy menu option that returns the newly closed tab to its former glory. There is even a keyboard shortcut!
Of course, this is an attempt to consider here. If you surf in private browsing mode and close a tab, you have no luck in it. No spamming of the right buttons or key combinations will take it back. Sorry! Everything is thrown immediately when you close a private tab. It ensures that your private browsing stays private.
With that out of the way, here you get your lost tab back.
Restores the latest closed tab in Safari
If you just closed a tab and realized you shouldn't, it's a two-click case.
To get started, click on the "History" option in the menu bar at the top of the screen of Safari.
Then click on "Open last closed tab."
Wonder when the tab runs back to image.
Reset Last closed tab with your keyboard
If you are in a hurry, you do not even have to click around. Instead, just press Shift ⇧ + Command (or Cmd) ⌘ + T and your tab will be restored to its previous glory.
You can open open tabs in Safari on an iPhone or iPad.
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