Reopening the closed tab. Anyone used it?

Chennai, India
February 6, 2009 8:16am CST
In FireFox, I just saw an option to re-open the recently closed tabs. (May be you are using it for long time. I switched very recently to FireFox from IE) I was happy to find this option, because I sometimes accidentally closed an active tab, instead of the other one. Did it happen to you? Did you use this feature?
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9 responses
@agrim94 (3812)
• India
7 Feb 09
I have never seen this option ..this is great.. where can i find it? I many a times do close tabs and then regret as i cant find whose profile i had opened.. or many a times i forget the link or site which i had opened ... so can u tell me where to find it
@agrim94 (3812)
• India
7 Feb 09
Thank you for the information. it should prove to be valuevale i am sure.
@lusirafa (945)
7 Feb 09
Hello my Friend, I've used IE before, but lots of my friend suggest me to use FF3 because it's faster and way more safer than IE. Well, that's true, FF3 also have that re-open the recently tabs like you've mentioned before. And it's great cause it keep the pages we browse and load it again if it accidentally closed. Right now I'm very satisfied with my FF3 and not considering in switching to other browser. Thanks for bringing this discussion, have a great day :)
• India
7 Feb 09
Firefox has many other useful options that is the reason it is liked by so many people. Firefox has got many add-ons with these we can really make firefox to work the best, security is also more in firefox so that we can have our emails and passwords safe.
@Alumia (32)
• Canada
7 Feb 09
I use this often. I always have at least 3-4 tabs open, because I'm such a muti-tasker, and I automatically open new links in tabs. With so many tabs open, I often close the wrong one, especially since I close tabs using the scroll wheel. This feature saves me the pain of regoing to the website I was on. I just recently switched from Maxthon to FireFox. Maxthon has an easy 'undo' button right on the toolbar, which reloads the tabs you recently closed. Boy, do I have that feature on Maxthon! LOL
• United States
6 Feb 09
Yep all the time, especially if I accidently close something. Love FireFox!
@kumarpslv (3217)
• India
6 Feb 09
Yes, I also started using Firefox recently (I am having both IE and Fire fox in single system), and like Firefox mainly for that feature. Because we are facing power cut and interruption in internet connection often.In that situation just we can close and resume later. Also, it is having many Add-ons,among which Fox mark is very useful.The bookmarked items in one computer can be retrieved and used in other computer. But the main problem in Firefox is, it is getting crashed very often.
@ufocoder (72)
• Bangladesh
6 Feb 09
Yes, of course. I use this feature. This is really cool and I often need to use it. hahaha -------------------- www.telapoka.com
• India
6 Feb 09
Haven't seen but will now.I find FireFox more frienlier than IE.It is also less prone to virus attacks.
@marty3888 (2360)
• United States
6 Feb 09
I've used it a few times. It's like when you get an error message and it takes you to your desktop, it gives you a choice of opening a new window or restore previous. It's those little things that make firefox better than IE.