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Saving Windows and Tabs

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Hi,

I often have more than 200 tabs opened at once (spread over 40 or so windows). I generally don't need all of them in any given afternoon, but will eventually need or want most of them, if not all. What I'd like is a way to save a record of all the windows and tabs that I have opened, with today's date, and then after starting a new session, be able to go back and re-open all of them or selectively open some of them, without deleting the record. I'd like to be able to save several different dates - preferably with a note attached as to what was important on that day (e.g.: research prior to acceptance of the Denver offer).

Does anyone know if there is a plug-in or other method to accomplish this? Just using the restore tabs function won't cut it. That only works on your next session, and the record of your tabs then self-destructs.

I use Windows 7, 64GB version (I hate the interface on Windows 10) and the computer has 24GB of RAM.

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Hi, I often have more than 200 tabs opened at once (spread over 40 or so windows). I generally don't need all of them in any given afternoon, but will eventually need or want most of them, if not all. What I'd like is a way to save a record of all the windows and tabs that I have opened, with today's date, and then after starting a new session, be able to go back and re-open all of them or selectively open some of them, without deleting the record. I'd like to be able to save several different dates - preferably with a note attached as to what was important on that day (e.g.: research prior to acceptance of the Denver offer). Does anyone know if there is a plug-in or other method to accomplish this? Just using the restore tabs function won't cut it. That only works on your next session, and the record of your tabs then self-destructs. I use Windows 7, 64GB version (I hate the interface on Windows 10) and the computer has 24GB of RAM. Thank You

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