Resurrecting Browser Tabs
If you’re anything like me, you go a little crazy with tabs when browsing the internet. And amongst all the anarchy, you occassionally close a tab you wish you hadn’t. Well thankfully there’s a handy shortcut to undo your mistake. It’s the “Crtl + Z” of web browsing. To revive your tab, simply hit:
Crtl + Shift + T
Not only does your tab come back, but the complete Back / Forward history is still intact. You can continue using the command, reviving one banished tab after another. This works on Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, and yes, even Internet Explorer implements it perfectly (at least in version 8). Safari lets the team down, only allowing you to bring back a single tab, with no history, using Crtl + Z.