How to delete a tab google chrome?
Google Chrome keeps track of your most viewed Web pages.
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The Google Chrome tab startup page shows your recently closed websites, your recent Chrome apps or your most visited websites. You can remove an individual page from the tab startup page, or you can disable the feature altogether and enable a traditional single-website homepage. When you remove an individual page, the next most visited page takes its place.
Removing a Single Page From the Tab Startup
Open Google Chrome. If the browser is already open, click on the "Plus" symbol on the top of the browser to open a new tab. This brings you to the tab startup page.
Move your mouse cursor over the website thumbnail you want to remove. A header will appear above the thumbnail.
Click on the "X" button in the right corner to remove the website from the tab startup page.
Removing the Tab Startup Page
Open Google Chrome and click on the "Wrench" logo in the right corner of the browser window.
Click on "Options," and then click on "Basics."
Move down to the "Home Page" section. The selection should read "Use the New Tab Page."
Check the box next to "Open This Page." Enter the website address you want to use as the homepage, and then close the window.