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My Chrome browser crashed, but did not restore last session.

It found the last tabs open, but it's all in code, although I can see the URLs.

How do I open it in the browser itself, getting the tabs?

Chrome has some sort of buffer problem that all of a sudden makes it terribly slow and then crash, which I am unsure how to stop.

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What happens when you hit CTRL+SHIFT+T? – Tom Nov 28 '11 at 19:04

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