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Access websites that had been opened in Chrome tabs before Windows 10 restart

Is there any way of accessing or reopening websites that had been previously opened within Google Chrome tabs before Windows 10 was restarted?

A Windows 10 user says he had around 95 tabs opened within Google Chrome before he did a restart (without exiting or closing out of Google Chrome).

Now after his computer has rebooted he has relaunched the Google Chrome web browser but none of these previously opened websites have reopened.

Is there any way of getting these websites to reopen?

Or is there any way we can go to get a list of the URLs that had been previously launched?
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
You need Version 1803 next month to do that, or make bookmarks out of the sites.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
if you do a restart with chrome open you should when launching chrome to (a) restore open pages or (b) open home pages.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I have V1803 running now and the websites are in Task View  now.
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
Is there any way of getting these websites to reopen?

change it under settings; it will remember the open tabs on a go-forward basis

chrome startup
Or is there any way we can go to get a list of the URLs that had been previously launched?

ctrl-h
chrome history which is as close as you'll get
you can't get the list of tabs that were opened
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McKnifeCommented:
I'd use this:
Capture.PNGNormally, chrome would offer on its own, but that way should always be possible.
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