This Mac tip is provided by Mark Greentree and was originally posted on Mark’s blog – Everyday Mac Support. For more of Mark’s tips visit his site, follow him on Twitter, or browse his archive of posts here.
How to: Reopen The Last Closed Window In Safari
Have you accidentally closed a Safari window only to realise you actually needed the window to remain open?
To reopen a closed window simply proceed to History > Reopen Last Closed Window, from the Menu Bar, as shown below:
The last closed window will reload and you will be able to continue viewing the page as you left it. Please note that things such as information placed in online forms will not be accessible and therefore you will need to re-enter any associated details.
Not only is this tip available for a single window but should that window have a series of tabs, then all the tabs that resided within the single window will also be reloaded.