Search Open Tabs:
Look to the far right at the top of Chrome. You will see a dropdown arrow that looks like this: “V”. Click that.
The top section shows a listing of tabs that are currently open. Scroll until you see the one you need to open and click on it.
Open a Recently Closed Tab:
The best way to do this is to use the keyboard shortcut “Control+Shift+T”.
If there have been a LOT of closed tabs click the down arrow that looks like this: “V”.
The top section shows a listing of tabs that are currently open. Scroll until you see the “Recently Closed” section.
Scroll until you find the tab you wish to bring back. You might not find your tab as our district blocks the storing of “Browsing History” but this will work for the current browsing session and not many days back.
Now you can easily find the tab you are looking for.
*Note: Every tab you have open does take system resources. The few tabs, the quicker your device will run.