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On your Mac, in an app that has tabs, do any of the following: Show all tabs in a window: To show thumbnails of all your open tabs, choose View > Show All Tabs. In the tab overview, click the tab you want to go to. To return to the current tab, choose View > Exit Tab Overview.
In the Safari app on your Mac, click the New Tab button in the toolbar (or use the Touch Bar). To change the page that opens in new tabs, choose Safari > Preferences, click General, click the “New tabs open with” pop-up menu, then choose an option.
Turn on Private Browsing on the Mac 1. Hold down Command+Shift+N. This will open a new window with private browsing enabled. Alternatively, go to File > New Private Window.
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If you want to close all tabs, including the active one, click Command+Shift+W. This will close the current Safari window, while keeping Safari open (handy if you have multiple Safari browser windows open).
To hide the tab bar, select View > Hide Tab Bar.
If you have an inkling that some of the tabs you're missing have been inadvertently closed, you can always use the Recently Closed Tabs option to re-open them. All you have to do is open up the tab view in Safari and long press on the "+" icon to get a look at all of the tabs that you've recently closed.
Press and hold your finger on the Safari icon in the Dock or the Home Screen. Select Show All Windows from the menu that should appear shortly. Look through the shelf of open windows, switch between them, and see if you can find the needed tab. In some cases, doing this should reveal any tabs that have become hidden.
Switch back to the previously active tab using the keyboard. Switch to the previously active tab (last tab) by pressing Ctrl+Q, or clicking the Previous Tab icon. You can change the keyboard shortcut by visiting chrome://extensions/shortcuts .
To do so, open the recent apps menu and close Chrome. Then, tap on the Chrome icon to relaunch the browser. All tabs should now show up in the older layout.