Have you ever had a ton of tabs open in Chrome and you need to close Chrome to perform an update or Chrome froze on you, but you didn’t want to lose all the tabs you had open?
You can tell Chrome to re-open the same pages you were looking at when you quit.
- Open Chrome.
- In the top-right corner, click the Chrome menu
- Click Settings. (If you’re using a Chromebook/box, click “Show advanced settings” at the bottom of the page.)
- Under “On startup,” select Continue where you left off.
If you make this settings change and you had 10+ tabs open, your computer may appear slow as Chrome will be loading all of those sites at once when you start it up. Once all the webpages are loaded, normal performance will resume.