Windows: Sometimes we get a little trigger happy with our window-closing mouse clicks. UndoClose keeps track of the windows you close and lets you reopen them with a keyboard shortcut.
Just like reopening old browser tabs with Ctrl+Shift+T — one of our favourite keyboard shortcuts here at Lifehacker — UndoClose lets you reopen accidentally closed windows with any shortcut you want. In fact, UndoClose lets you set two different keyboard shortcuts: one for opening closed windows, and one for opening closed folders from Windows Explorer. It’s great to have the distinction if you use Windows Explorer a lot.
The program’s only downside is that it can’t reopen windows from a multi-window app; it can only reopen windows from programs you’ve closed completely. So, if you accidentally close an IM window from Pidgin, but still have your buddy list open, UndoClose can’t reopen that IM window — it’ll just focus your buddy list, because it can’t distinguish between closed windows and closed apps. Still, it’s pretty handy for most apps, especially Windows Explorer. Check out the video above to see a demonstration, or hit the link below to check it out.
UndoClose is a free download for Windows only.
UndoClose For Windows [AddictiveTips]