By default, when you start the Google Chrome web browser, the home page will be automatically loaded in the first tab. The installation copy of Google Chrome will have the default home page set as Google. But if you want the browser to open the pages that were opened last at the time you made an exit from the browser, then you have to change the settings of the browser in the Options window. The following How-to guide will explain you how to change the setting.
Click on the Wrench icon present at the top right corner of your browser window and then click on Options from the drop down menu.
In the Options window, under the Basics panel, in the On Startup category, select the radio button that says Reopen the pages that were open last.
Close the Options window.
Try it out
Just open a few random web pages on your Chrome browser and then exit from the browser without closing any of them.
Restart the browser, and there you can see all the web pages that were opened at the time when you made an exit reopened again in different tabs.
By applying this specific setting in the browser’s Options window, you can restore all your opened tabs after an accidental exit from the browser.
You may also want to know How to setup the Home page in Google Chrome.