Finding the necessary, timely information on the Internet is a great success. The World Wide Web is rich in thousands of sites on the same topic, but it is not always possible to find something that fully answers your question in a search engine. It also happens that you accidentally open a new page and understand - this is it, long desired and compactly collected in one place. And it is a shame when, through an absurd negligence, this window closes. But just don't panic, let's figure it out.
In some browsers, there is a History tab on the text menu bar of the program, which displays a list of windows and tabs you recently closed. And if you are looking for the desired page after a short time has passed - in a few hours or the next day, then it will certainly be present in this list.
If you just mistakenly closed the page you still need, then it can be easily returned. To do this, right-click on the line with the name of your tabs and in the context menu that appears, select the item "restore closed tab", so you can return to the overview more than one page.
A page that was closed, for example, a week ago, can be restored by clicking on the "Journal" icon on the quick access panel and a list of certain periods of time will appear on the left - today, yesterday, last week and previous months, by selecting which you can see a list of sites that you opened in the corresponding period. The appearance of this menu can also be customized by sites, by frequency of visits, etc.
If you need to find a site you know on someone else's computer, it is best to use search engines. In this case, you will know what exactly you are looking for, the main thing is to correctly compose the request text.