When I close the whole Chrome window and reopen it again, all my (often many) tabs get automatically restored. What I am looking for is a solution that I only get a single blank tab when I restart Chrome.
What I already did: I set "Open new tab page" as my Chrome startup option
What causes the problem: I use Chrome not only for browsing websites, but also as an "app launcher" for the Google Apps (Gmail, Calendar, Drive, etc.) as a "standalone" app in a separate window. When I close all my other open windows using the Chrome engine, I get the wanted empty tab on a Chrome browser restart. But I would like to be able to leave the other Google Apps running in their separate window because I use them a lot and they would need quite some time to load if I would close them on a regular basis (especially Gmail). So, I guess I am looking for some way that Google chrome ignores the other separate windows and just kills all the previously opened tabs when I close and open the Chrome browser again.
There are my current Chrome settings (open new tab page):