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Shortcut to Open the Last Closed Web Page

Have you ever said, “Oops! I wish I hadn’t clicked on the “X” thingy, and closed that last browser Web Page?

That’s an easy and quick fix in most Windows internet browsers. Just use the shortcut
Ctrl + Shift + T and, voilà! (pronounced vola, and sometimes incorrectly spelled “walla”). Anyway, your most recent webpage browser is now open. Press it again and the webpage (tab) closed before that one will also open. Keep pressing the shortcut to open up additional closed webpages (tabs).

This is just a quick way to open up your most recent history in most web browsers. Note: Different web browsers have different limitations with this tool.

Happy Shortcutting!