Google Chrome is rolling out an update that will let users view their recently closed tabs from the tab search window. That’s according to, which reported that the latest version of Chrome Canary will include the newly relocated tab history feature.
The new Chrome feature will improve the usability of the platform, not only providing quicker access to closed tabs, but saving the hassle of digging through Chrome’s history menu.
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of Chrome Canary; however, there’s no need to opt-in or toggle a flag or settings option, as it’s automatically on by default. You can follow the steps below to use the feature.
How to view recently closed tabs in Chrome
- Open Chrome Canary.
- Open several tabs and then close them.
- Click the tab search option, found at the top-right of the Chrome window.
- From there, you can now see a Recently Closed Tabs section. Click any tab to restore it in Chrome.
The feature is in its early testing stages, but we’d hope to see this being rolled out to the stable version of Google Chrome sometime in the near future.
It follows a raft of updates to the Chrome platform, including thefor Chrome desktop and a slew of, with Google pledging to launch more frequent updates to boost the platform’s day-to-day usability.
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