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How do I install the session manager?

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I've installed the latest version of firefox on my note book. Under the "extras" button there is no session manager (Sitzungs-Manager). Please help me, I need it for restoring. Thanks a lot.

I've installed the latest version of firefox on my note book. Under the "extras" button there is no session manager (Sitzungs-Manager). Please help me, I need it for restoring. Thanks a lot.

Chosen solution

To restore tabs you were working with the next time you open firefox do this:- 1. Go to Help Menu 2. Select Options 3. Under Tabs option Select "Warn me when closing multiple tabs"

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Himanshu Garg 15 solutions 160 answers

Try this addon for restore sessions https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2324/

Try this addon for restore sessions https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2324/
Himanshu Garg 15 solutions 160 answers

Chosen Solution

To restore tabs you were working with the next time you open firefox do this:- 1. Go to Help Menu 2. Select Options 3. Under Tabs option Select "Warn me when closing multiple tabs"

To restore tabs you were working with the next time you open firefox do this:- 1. Go to Help Menu 2. Select Options 3. Under Tabs option Select "Warn me when closing multiple tabs"
NT 0 solutions 1 answers

Helpful Reply

had this problem too and found that the add on "session manager" is the one you need.

go to extras -> add ons and search for session manager. install it and you should have the menu in extras again.

good luck!

had this problem too and found that the add on "session manager" is the one you need. go to extras -> add ons and search for session manager. install it and you should have the menu in extras again. good luck!
scheherazada 0 solutions 6 answers

NTs reply about Session Manager being an add on answers my problem! Thanks so much.

NTs reply about Session Manager being an add on answers my problem! Thanks so much.
scheherazada 0 solutions 6 answers

NTs reply about Session Manager being an add on answers my problem! Thanks so much.

NTs reply about Session Manager being an add on answers my problem! Thanks so much.