i have FF 15, and want to update to FF 18. I have 30 pages in my browser that I can't lose. When it restarts the session restore like a normal restart
i have FF 15, and want to update to FF 18. I have 30 pages in my browser that I can't lose. When I typically shutdown/restart my computer FF always will restore my previous session. My questions is, after an update will FF restore like a normal restart with all the pages?
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If you have set Firefox to restore your pages, then yes they will restore just like a normal restart.
You can use "Bookmark All Tabs" in the tab bar context menu to have a bookmarks folder that stores all currently open tabs.
When I searched for "tab bar context menu" I see images of it, but I don't believe that is in FF 15. Is that off the tools/options tab? If not, please advise. thanks!
This will be my backup plan and will advise - thanks!
Right-click a tab on the Tab bar to get the tab bar context menu.