[Tip] How To Save All Your Opened Tabs In Google Chrome

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Google Chrome, blazingly fast browser, provides an useful option to restore all of the tabs that you had open when you last closed.This feature is similar to Firefox’s Session Manager.


  • By using this option you can just leave up all of the pages that you visit frequently and they were the next time when you the browser.
  • You can easily recover all the tabs from any sudden crash of the browser.

How to Enable The Option

By default this option is disabled.Follow the below steps to enable the option:

Step 1: Click on the Tools button located on top right of the browser and select Options.

Step 2: On the Basics tab of the Options just enable the Restore the pages that were open last option which is located at the top.That’s it!

19 thoughts on “[Tip] How To Save All Your Opened Tabs In Google Chrome”

  1. Hi, i want to format my PC but keep my tabs, setting and any other info (like usernames and passwords) for both Chrome and firefox. How can i do so, where are these information stored? Thanks

  2. This is good, but Chrome should allow us to save open tabs to a bookmarks folder, and then be able to open them all at once.
    Firefox is still way ahead on this one.

  3. Was a great help, as I am new to Google Chrome, and have been very comfy using Firefox with multiple tabs. Thanx a lot !

  4. This might be off topic but it would be great if Chrome can saved all current tabs as a collection and store as a bookmark or some sort of libraries.

  5. hello sir, i using google chrome browser. some times power cut-off that time my tabs are closed, so how to save all tabes

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