I'm quite worried about losing the tabs that have gone (computer crashed so I reopened Chrome and couldn't restore tabs the easy way and ended up opening more tabs to fix the problem but couldn't) – the question relates to a previous question asked:
^ This user seemed to have had the same issue I had: "I was using chrome and my computer crashed - I tried reopening chrome and couldn't restore tabs using the restore session button/the easy way - as explained above sorry for the repetition just wanted to clear things up)."
(this is another similar question but I didn't understand the answers given - How can I load my last tabs into Chrome using Last Tabs, Last Session files?)
Do I go to properties for Chrome and in the target tab - change the ending: chrome.exe" into: chrome.exe --restore-last-session"
Or do I go to the
user datafolder then the
defaultfolder and rename the four files
last tabsas the question above says I should?
Or should I do both?
Really confused as its the first time I found out about the user data folder and that it stores files and I'm not very tech savvy
I've closed the window I opened after my laptop crashed/decided to restart - as I thought I should do by the answers that were written for the question I gave the link to - I did this using task manager as they advised and so I'm typing from my tablet.
I haven't opened chrome again yet from my laptop - but I'm hoping if I do points (1) (2) or both - then I could get the tabs from the window I just closed and the tabs before the crash?
I'm just not sure how to go about it and I'm quite stressed about loosing all those tabs before the crash as I can't remember all the links/webpages.