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Managing a Firefox restart

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Hi. I keep several Firefox tabs open and active on my laptop. Inevitably, Firefox slows down after a week or several weeks and would benefit from a Quit / Restart. But then (I think) I would lose my tabs, which would mean a trip to the library to login and get them back. If I do nothing, a superslow Firefox will usually mean my laptop eventually restarts on its own. Then when I open Firefox I see a "Restore Session" option, which brings everything back (I think I see Restore Session because the computer did its own shutdown). So, this does work, but I have a slow computer until the laptop does its own restart. I am wondering if I can initiate my own Firefox Quit / Restart which will give me the "Restore Session" option. Thanks!

Hi. I keep several Firefox tabs open and active on my laptop. Inevitably, Firefox slows down after a week or several weeks and would benefit from a Quit / Restart. But then (I think) I would lose my tabs, which would mean a trip to the library to login and get them back. If I do nothing, a superslow Firefox will usually mean my laptop eventually restarts on its own. Then when I open Firefox I see a "Restore Session" option, which brings everything back (I think I see Restore Session because the computer did its own shutdown). So, this does work, but I have a slow computer until the laptop does its own restart. I am wondering if I can initiate my own Firefox Quit / Restart which will give me the "Restore Session" option. Thanks!

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You can set Firefox to restore your previous session automatically. This is right at the top of the Settings page. So if you quit Firefox (using the menu; closing individual windows may cause problems), then when you start it back up again, Firefox should load your previous windows and tabs. Similarly to your post-crash scenario, only the active tab in each window is loaded immediately, the others are deferred and load when you access them.

As a backup for peace of mind, you can bookmark all tabs in your current window to a new folder using either:

  • (menu bar) Bookmarks > Bookmark all tabs...
  • Command+Shift+D

If you have multiple windows open, you can repeat that in each window.

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Thank you so much; I will definitely be doing that from now on. It looks like (for my version of Mac OS) I need to go to Preferences, then check "Open previous windows and tabs."

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Note that you can find a Restart button on the about:profiles page, that you can open via the address bar. Using this button should keep all normal windows and its tabs (Private Browsing mode windows are lost).

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Very interesting; I'd never noticed those about:profiles settings.

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Thank you Before i have never noticed it before.

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