Timo Reusch

I think we all know the problem: you’re browsing the web, opening dozens of tabs. After a while you start closing them again — but damn, that one was still important. So you head to your history, and start searching.

Well…you can do that. But there is a much faster and more convenient way: just press ⌘⇧T (or “Ctrl” if you are on Windows). That way, you can restore the tab with its full history.

The cool thing is: that shortcut isn’t limited to browser tabs. On macOS, you can restore any closed tab with it — no matter if it’s in the finder or a third party app.

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Timo Reusch

Timo Reusch

Computer science student and software developer, writing about software engineering, tech and other stuff.