You really don’t have to have your browser running the whole time! Really, you don’t. You can customize Google Chrome to reopen exactly where you were when you closed it.
Type chrome://settings into your address bar and under On startup you’ll see three options:
- Open the New Tab page
- Continue where you left off
- Open a specific page or set of pages
If you want Google Chrome to fire up where you left it, choose Continue where you left off, or if you want to start up from a custom set of pages, choose Open a specific page or set of pages and select those pages.
One word of caution — be careful if you have multiple browser windows open, because only the tabs from the last window you closed will be reopened.
Tip: If you accidentally close a tab, you can recover it by pressing Ctrl + Shift + T on Windows or Linux, or ⌘ + Shift + T on a Mac.
Another option is to Bookmark your pages for saving and easy access. For a guide o bookmarking in chrome click HERE.