In order to access many tabs quickly as and when needed, many users open multiple tabs simultaneously in the Microsoft Edge browser. You accidentally close your Microsoft Edge browser while working on many tabs on it. You will lose all open tabs in the Microsoft Edge browser if your Windows 11/10 computer is forced to shut down for any reason or if you manually restart it. Most users encounter this issue frequently, and many users deal with it on a daily basis. There is a solution to recover your most recently used browser tabs in the Edge browser if you are one of the individuals who make the mistake of closing the browser while online or restarting your computer.
In this risewindows article, we are going to discuss how you can restart the Microsoft Edge browser with the last opened browser sessions on your Windows 11/10 computer.
How to restart the Microsoft Edge browser with previously opened Tabs in Windows 11/10?
In Windows 11/10, the Microsoft Edge browser has a built-in feature that allows you to restart or restore the previous session without deleting any previously opened Tabs. Use the following steps to access this setting in the Microsoft Edge browser:-
Step 1: First, open the Microsoft Edge browser on your computer.
Step 2: From the drop-down menu that shows up on your screen, click on
Step 3: Select the “On startup” tab in the left side pane of the Settings screen.
Step 4: Choose the radio button that says “Continue where you left off” in the “On startup” tab’s right-side pane.
Step 5: Finally, close the Edge browser.
When you have finished all the above steps, the Microsoft Edge browser will automatically restore any previously opened sessions if you are working with numerous tabs in the Edge browser and accidentally close it or your computer unexpectedly restarts. In other words, after following the instructions above, the Edge browser will automatically open with the previously opened Tabs restored.
To restore the previous session of the Microsoft Edge browser, press the shortcut keys