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Since recent update of Google Chrome to version 19.0.1084.52 m it remembers last session when windows is closed and reopens them when I start it again. I have Background apps option enabled and have a Google Chrome tray icon. When I exit by right clicking on the tray icon and selecting Exit option, then tabs are lost.

Is there a way to make Google Chrome forget the session when closing the window? I'd like to see New Tab page instead of some old tabs that I don't need anymore (that is why I close them)?

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Is there a way to make Google Chrome forget the session when closing the window? I'd like to see New Tab page instead of some old tabs that I don't need anymore (that is why I close them)?

  1. Go to chrome://chrome/settings/.

  2. In On startup, select Open the New Tab page.

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It is set to this value, but still reopens old tabs. I think this is because I am using Background apps. – Sergiy Byelozyorov Jun 3 '12 at 13:33
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Apparently the problem is gone on it's own. I presume the Chrome Team in Google has fixed it.

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