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I used to be able to close Firefox and it would save my tabs - with the new Firefox is this option still possible?

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On the last version of Firefox, I could close my Firefox browser window, and it would save my tabs. In the same manner, if Firefox closed unexpectedly, it would save the sites I was browsing and bring them back up for me. I often read a number of articles at a time, and like to be able to close Firefox and then open it back up to the websites I was previously reading. Now when I close Firefox with a number of tabs open, it says "you are about to close X tabs; do you still want to continue?" without giving me the save option. Is this option still available?

On the last version of Firefox, I could close my Firefox browser window, and it would save my tabs. In the same manner, if Firefox closed unexpectedly, it would save the sites I was browsing and bring them back up for me. I often read a number of articles at a time, and like to be able to close Firefox and then open it back up to the websites I was previously reading. Now when I close Firefox with a number of tabs open, it says "you are about to close X tabs; do you still want to continue?" without giving me the save option. Is this option still available?

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Firefox now always stores the old session which you can access by going to the History menu and selecting "Restore Previous Session".


If you always open the last set of tabs, an alternative approach is this:

  1. Click the orange Firefox button, then select options to open the options window
  2. Go to the General panel
  3. Change the setting "When Firefox starts" to "Show my windows and tabs from last time"