Internet Explorer 7 and Internet Explorer 8 offer tabbed browsing (and Internet Explorer 9 keeps the direction), which means that you'll easily have more web pages opened at any given point, and that it makes it easier to accidentally close a tab you wanted to keep working on now or later. In this tutorial, we will show you how to reopen a browser tab you accidentally closed, and show you a special feature that allows you to reopen all tabs you closed during this particular browsing session!
Here are two ways in which you can restore a single closed tab:
Internet Explorer Tip: whenever you open a new tab in Internet Explorer, it will also give you a listing of recently closed tabs (unless you manually configured and changed the default "new-tab" behavior).
As you may have already discovered from the previous steps, you can easily reopen all tabs you have closed since you last started Internet Explorer. To do so, just right-click on a tab, and choose the "Recently Closed Tabs" submenu. At the very bottom of the submenu, you will find a "Open All Closed Tabs" menu item; click on it, and Internet Explorer will open back up all browser tabs you closed since you last launched Internet Explorer!