In this article, we are going to discuss the problem of not being able to continue where you left off in Chrome. This article is based on a series of problems that we had when trying to get Chrome to load correctly.
How To Correct Chrome continue Where You Left Off
If you have recently upgraded or shifted on to Chrome and noticed that your bookmarks have been lost or opened tabs don’t load at where you left, it’s probably happening because Chrome has removed your tabs or windows. In this article, I’ll show you how to fix this problem.
The Chrome continues where you left off helps you resume your work from the last place you were. It keeps track of all open tabs and windows and resumes where you left off. You can select a window or tab to be continued.
What Is Chromecontinue Where You Left Off?
The ChromeContinue feature in all chrome browsers will keep the tabs you had open when your PC shuts down without notice. This feature is especially useful to users who lose data due to a sudden power cut or when Chrome crashes.
Some users have reported that this feature doesn’t work properly for them. They say they keep opening more tabs than the previous tabs they were viewing. They report that they can’t get this feature to work, and if they do it will close any open tabs when they hit “continue where it left off”. I’ve been having this problem for a while now, but I will tell you how to do settings in Chrome so will not face again this problem.
Steps to Fix Chrome Continue where you left off
I will tell you two methods so you will use an alternate method if one does not work properly.
Step 1: Login on Chrome
Step 2: Click on Three Dots (which you can find on RIGHT MOST CORNER)
Step 3: Right on you will see a small window pop-up. so you can find the “SETTING” option.
Step 4: Click on the SETTING option
Step 5: New window will open. On the left side, you can see the “ON STARTUP” option
Step 6: Hurry you are now at the last step. here you have to click on “Continue where you left off”
It is important to understand that sometimes the “Continue where you left off the option” does not work properly for some people. In this case, it is important to do the following:
Step 1: Clear browser cache.
Step 2: Try logging in using a different account.
Allow Chrome to run in the background
We’ll learn how to grant permissions to Chrome so it can run in the background. You should grant all the permissions required to run in the background to make sure it doesn’t crash at any point during use.
Go to the Settings option on your Windows 10 desktop
Go to privacy and find background tabs from the list.
Make sure that ‘Enable Google Chrome to run in the background is set to ‘Always’, and that ‘Toggle Apps and Websites Running in Background’ is turned on.
Avoid creating a shortcut
The quick launch (SHORTCUT) button can be a powerful tool if you want to quickly access your favorite sites by simply pressing a single button. But if you use it in the wrong way, it can cause problems and break down the page you’re currently in.
Malware or Virus Scan
Malware or viruses might be the reason for this issue. The best way to protect yourself from such things is to run a full scan through Windows Defender or another antivirus. If you’re not using one, do it now. You can also connect your computer to a power outlet and let it sit for a while.
It is really important to know how to correct chrome when you start using chrome. If you don’t, you will end with a headache. Above already I shared with you two ways of correcting chrome. Both of them work, but they are different. I’m sure you will find one of them much more easily than the other.