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Windows needed to be reinstalled, too many tabs open for Sync to work

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Hi, my machine choked and died on the latest Windows update. I tried every trick I know, but eventually had to admit defeat and nuke'n'boot. Most' 'of my stuff was either backed up or kept on a non-OS drive, but I needed to reinstall Firefox. When I did, I found there is a limit to how many tabs Sync willl display at once from another device. That limit is 1,271 tabs, which is not all of mine - I'm pretty sure I had more than that open in a single one' 'of my seven open windows (though probably only the one window had that many).

Also, with the new Firefox update, while I can open all 1,271 at once, that just leads to Firefox crashing. When similar things happened in the past, I could open, say, fifty at a time, and kill Firefox's process every time it became too much for my computer, then reopen firefox with all those tabs open but not active, however with FF 89 I only seem to be able to open one or all.

To make matters worse, those 1,271 tabs I can see seem to be randomised each time, or at least randomly ordered, so I wouldn't even be able to methodically open all 1,271 with my usual method of killing firefox and reopening it.

Is there any way I can send the 1,271 straight to bookmarks, or open the entire session from the old install, or view more than the 1,271, or open the old synced tabs view, where I could open as many or as few as I wanted to, instead of all or (basically) nothing?

Thanks!

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Okay, disregard the part about it randomising each time, it's not doing that I just thought it was because certain easily-identifiable tabs weren't loading every time before ram usage got too high. Still, any way I can open, say, 50 tabs at once, instead of all 1,271? Or send them straight to bookmarks en masse instead of having to do each one individually?

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Okay, disregard the part about it randomising each time, it's not doing that I just thought it was because certain easily-identifiable tabs weren't loading every time before ram usage got too high. Still, any way I can open, say, 50 tabs at once, instead of all 1,271? Or send them straight to bookmarks en masse instead of having to do each one individually?

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