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I need to open specific tabs when chrome starts. or I need to open all the tabs which were opened previously before quitting Chrome.

How would I do that ? Please guide me - I am a new user to chrome.

Please See : Well ! I already have gone through - Save open tabs in Chrome Answers of that questions, suggest to install plugins. I am asking for any kind of inbuilt facility.

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Well ! I already have gone through - superuser.com/questions/173620. Answers of that questions, suggest to install plugins. I am asking for any kind of inbuild facility. – Sagar R. Kothari Jun 22 '11 at 12:27
    
(A close vote? :( - No need to be rude ! I am new to Chrome :) ) – Sagar R. Kothari Jun 22 '11 at 12:34
    
Even you can use the Opera 11 it's too good and reliable than firefox. – avirk Jun 22 '11 at 12:36
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@sugar-SagarKothari Yes I'm quite sorry! I didn't read your comment and voted to close. With the comment added, I see it is a "different" question! So my vote close was ill-founded. Please add relevant information about your question to your question instead of adding it as a comment. This way, potential readers will get all the information they need from the question and won't overlook crucial information. Click "Edit" at the bottom of your question to edit your question. – BloodPhilia Jun 22 '11 at 12:37
    
@BloodPhilla - edited the question ( & also answered what I wanted :) ) – Sagar R. Kothari Jun 22 '11 at 12:44
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In your Chrome preferences (Wrench > Preferences), there's an entry under Basics called: "On Startup". Here you can select "Reopen the pages that were open last", and it'll automatically open the same tabs you had open the last time, whenever you open the browser again.

Note, it'll only remember the tabs for the last window that was closed, so if you first close a window with 20 tabs, and then a window with just one tab, only the one tab will be restored automatically. If this happens accidentally, you'll be able to find the 20 tab session in the "Recently Closed" list on the new tab menu, however, so you can still restore them.

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(In latest version of Chrome)

Type "chrome://settings" in address bar and press enter; now if you select where you left off from "On startup", chrome would continue where you left off last time.

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This duplicates another answer and adds no new content. Please don't post an answer unless you actually have something new to contribute. – DavidPostill Jul 16 at 9:25

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