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I had two windows in a previous session and apparently I closed them "incorrectly"; is there any way I can find the tabs from the first window I closed?

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Coming from using Chrome, I was used to where each time a session is closed and reopened, the page from each tab was added to the history, making it easier to troubleshoot an unsuccessful session restoration. I was unaware that closing individual windows instead of pressing the power button in the browser menu would make it so that only the final window is restored. I had several very important pages open and I don't have the time to sift through my history to find all of them. This is why I prefer the way in which Chrome restores sessions as mentioned earlier (adding each tab to the history each time the session is restored, keeping all the pages grouped together in the history so that I can find them more easily in a situation like this). Is there any way I can find the tabs from the unsaved window? It may be worth mentioning that I have the Tab Groups add-on from Quicksaver, but it requires that you manually save the tab groups to be able to recover them (no automatic saving).

Coming from using Chrome, I was used to where each time a session is closed and reopened, the page from each tab was added to the history, making it easier to troubleshoot an unsuccessful session restoration. I was unaware that closing individual windows instead of pressing the power button in the browser menu would make it so that only the final window is restored. I had several very important pages open and I don't have the time to sift through my history to find all of them. This is why I prefer the way in which Chrome restores sessions as mentioned earlier (adding each tab to the history each time the session is restored, keeping all the pages grouped together in the history so that I can find them more easily in a situation like this). Is there any way I can find the tabs from the unsaved window? It may be worth mentioning that I have the Tab Groups add-on from Quicksaver, but it requires that you manually save the tab groups to be able to recover them (no automatic saving).