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Lost previous session & history not showing visited tabs - only closed ones

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Firefox has a frustrating habit of closing windows and not restoring them properly. I had 2 windows with a multiple tabs open in each and Firefox will successfully reopen both windows until it doesn't. I tried all the methods with going into history or using the previous.json file in sessionrestore-backups but that file only had 1 window. Now I'm trying to use my browser history to see which websites I visited but all that shows up are the closed tabs - not the windows or the websites I was on before the tab was closed.

Where can I find full browsing information to restore my lost tabs? Alternatively I heard before Firefox updates it creates a snapshot of tabs/windows. How can I access this as a backup?

I dislike Chrome, but it honestly is much better at saving previous sessions.

Firefox has a frustrating habit of closing windows and not restoring them properly. I had 2 windows with a multiple tabs open in each and Firefox will successfully reopen both windows until it doesn't. I tried all the methods with going into history or using the previous.json file in sessionrestore-backups but that file only had 1 window. Now I'm trying to use my browser history to see which websites I visited but all that shows up are the closed ''tabs'' - not the windows or the websites I was on before the tab was closed. Where can I find full browsing information to restore my lost tabs? Alternatively I heard before Firefox updates it creates a snapshot of tabs/windows. How can I access this as a backup? I dislike Chrome, but it honestly is much better at saving previous sessions.

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A hotkey or a drop-down menu, choose whichever method works for you to reopen a recently closed tab in Chrome.

► If the tab has just been closed, press Ctrl + Shift + T (on Windows) or Cmd + Shift + T (on macOS). The last closed tab will instantly reopen in a new browser tab. If you perform this keyboard shortcut again, the tab that was closed before will reopen.

► If the tab was closed long before other tabs; click on the three vertical dots at the top right of the window. From the menu that appears, choose History. Immediately a sub-menu appears. It contains a section called Recently Closed in which are listed all the tabs you have closed during your session.

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Use one of these to close Firefox if you are currently doing that by clicking the close X on the Firefox Title bar, especially if you have multiple windows open to prevent losing tabs in unnoticed windows.

  • "3-bar" menu button -> Exit (Power button)
  • Windows: File -> Exit
  • Mac: Firefox -> Quit Firefox
  • Linux: File -> Quit

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