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How do I access the session immediately prior to my most recent session?
I know how to restore my previous browsing session, but how can I easily restore the session before that?
I have been keeping a number of tabs open for future reference, and had an unexpectedly short session soon after rebooting which meant that I hadn't yet accessed the previous session.
The only route I know would be to recontruct the session by combing through my history. Is there an easier way?
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No, Firefox only keeps one session.
A possibility is to bookmark all open tabs (right-click the tab bar).
- Session Manager:https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/session-manager/
- I clicked "Check to see if your Plugins are up to date."
- It said I needed an important Flash Player update.
- I downloaded and ran the update executable.
- It stalled, said I need to close Firefox.
- I closed Firefox, but the Flash installer kept telling me to close Firefox.
- I found that the process 'firefox.exe' was still running in Task Manager.
- I End'ed the firefox.exe process.
- I hit Retry on the Flash installer and it completed.
- When I clicked 'Finish' on the Flash installer dialog box, it closed and automatically re-launched Firefox.
- All my tabs were gone. In their place was an Adobe Flash Player "installation successful" web page.
- I looked in Firefox Help, was directed to the History menus, but the Closed Session, Closed Tabs, and Closed Windows items are grayed out.
- Now I find that I cannot retrieve my Session.
- It seems like a small task to store more than one set of Session tabs.
- After all, even Microsoft has figured out how to store a last- and prior-to-last copy of the Windows Registry.
- In short, FIREFOX SUX ! ! !
- I'M REALLY PISSED ! ! !
- Failing to have a backup for something as simple as a list of open pages is purely retarded.
- I'm switching back to Chrome.