Have you just closed a Safari tab or window? No problem – you can get it back. Like all modern web browsers, Apple's Safari for Mac can reopen a closed tab or window unless you are browsing privately on the Internet.
Tabbed browsing may be the best you can find on the Internet since Keyboard Cat. We probably have more tabs than you can ever see. Unfortunately, this sometimes leads to what we like to call "The Purge" ̵
Fortunately, someone at Apple thought about it and there is a handy dandy menu bar that allows the recently closed tab to return to its former glory. There is even a keyboard shortcut!
There is of course a limitation here. If you're browsing in private browser mode and then closing a tab, you're out of luck. No spamming of the right keys or keyboard shortcuts will bring it back. We are sorry! Everything is discarded as soon as you close a private tab. This will ensure that your private surfing stays private.
If you are unable to do so, follow these steps to restore the lost tab.
Restoring the last closed registry in Safari
If this is not the case, retrieving is a case with two mouse clicks.
Click the History option in Safari on the menu bar at the top of the screen.
Then click "Open Recent Tab."
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If you are in a very rushed situation, you do not even have to click around. Instead, simply press the Shift + Command + Command (or Command) + T key combination, and your tab will be restored.
You can also reopen closed tabs in Safari on an iPhone or iPad.
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