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    Chrome keeps doubling up on tabs

    I have saved 5 tabs on my wife's Samsung notebook, when she closes Chrome and restarts it those five tabs have duplicated so now there are 10 tabs with each tab a copy of the first five. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pledden View Post
    I have saved 5 tabs on my wife's Samsung notebook, when she closes Chrome and restarts it those five tabs have duplicated so now there are 10 tabs with each tab a copy of the first five...
    Go into Chrome's Settings dialog and modify the "Home Page" or "Display when Chrome starts" setting to get the five tabs you want (I don't use Chrome but often have to sort out problems w/ Chrome on customers' PCs).
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    Thank you for your reply but that is exactly what I did when I 'saved' the original 5 tabs.

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    I googled "duplicate pinned tabs in chrome" and from a google forum it was suggested that they needed to reset chrome ( when in settings ). The reset option is at the bottom of the Advanced section in settings.
    Hope this helps.

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