Look What I Just Learned


~Picture This~
You are blog stalking {ahem}, I mean researching professional development opportunities and best practices in education. You have opened several tabs in your internet browser. As you click the X on one of those tabs, you realize you just closed the window you didn't mean to close. Worse yet...you just know it was going to be the greatest
pin
TpT product
freebie
educational breakthrough you've ever seen in your life, right?

It used to frustrate me until I heard how to fix this problem :
Ctrl + Shift + T
Sounds easy, right? If you don't believe me, give it a shot.  I use Internet Explorer and it works for me.  I hope this helps you! 

11 comments:

Lisa Mattes said...

Gee...I've never ever heard of this problem...Ha! Thanks for the great tip! :)

Tania said...

Ha! It works :) I had to try it.
Thanks for the tip.
Tania
My Second Sense

Christine G. said...

Amazing! What a tip! It works with Google Chrome too.

Christine

leapingintothird.blogspot.com

luckeyfrog said...

Works in Firefox, too! In fact, if you go to History, it'll give you a whole list of "Recently Closed Tabs" and "Recently Closed Windows" in case it wasn't the very last one you closed.

Jenny
Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

Mrs. Wathen said...

Very cool:) Thanks for sharing. I hate when that happens!

Tammy
The Resourceful Apple

Bren P. said...

I hate when that happens! Thanks for the tip, Storie! :)

Bren P.
The Teacher Diaries

First Grade Carousel said...

Thank you so much ~ I put it on a sticky right on my computer so I won't forget. Maria

Aimee said...

I do that all the time! I am saving this tip because I know I will need it. Thank you for sharing!

Aimee
Primarily Speaking

Mindy said...

You just BLEW my mind. You know like in the i-phone commercial when the guy put his hand up to his head and "pwquew" (okay that onomatopoeia may not translate but you know an explosion sound) haha. Thanks for sharing.

Kindergarten Kidlets

Bright Concepts 4 Teachers said...

You Rock! Thanks for sharing that tip with all of us. I am sure I will use it in the next few minutes:)
-Jaime
Bright Concepts 4 Teachers

MrsMc said...

Great tech tip! Thanks!

MrsMc from Buzz! Buzz! Buzz!

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