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How keep tabs open after quitting Firefox.

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Every time I quit Firefox it closes all my tabs. I have "restore previous session" checked in the preferences. Is there something else I can do besides making pinned tabs? I just want my normal tabs to open when I reboot Firefox. Thanks.

Every time I quit Firefox it closes all my tabs. I have "restore previous session" checked in the preferences. Is there something else I can do besides making pinned tabs? I just want my normal tabs to open when I reboot Firefox. Thanks.

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Thank you for the update. That particular setting shouldn't prevent restoring tabs -- I use that setting -- but maybe changing that setting changed something else at the same time. ??

As a backup to the built-in feature, you could consider a session management extension. These are the ones I'm aware of that you might investigate/try out:

Use database storage:

Use bookmark storage:

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jscher2000
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Hi ritamontague, do you use "Quit" to exit out of Firefox, either:

  • "3-bar" menu button > Quit
  • (menu bar) Firefox > Quit

If you use the X button, then Firefox would treat that window as a closed window and you would need to use one of the following to get it open again:

  • "3-bar" menu button > Library > History > Recently Closed Windows
  • Library toolbar button > History > Recently Closed Windows
  • (menu bar) History > Recently Closed Windows

If Firefox doesn't remember either open or closed windows at your next startup, there could be a problem with settings.

Session history is considered part of browsing history, so it is important that not be cleared. More details if needed.

Hi ritamontague, do you use "Quit" to exit out of Firefox, either: * "3-bar" menu button > Quit * (menu bar) Firefox > Quit If you use the X button, then Firefox would treat that window as a closed window and you would need to use one of the following to get it open again: * "3-bar" menu button > Library > History > Recently Closed Windows * Library toolbar button > History > Recently Closed Windows * (menu bar) History > Recently Closed Windows If Firefox doesn't remember either open ''or'' closed windows at your next startup, there could be a problem with settings. Session history is considered part of browsing history, so it is important that not be cleared. More details if needed.
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Thank you for responding. I quit Firefox via the Firefox tab. I looked and saw that I had "Delete Cookies and site data when Firefox is closed" checked. I unchecked it and was able to keep my tabs. It's unfortunate, because I would like to delete cookies but keep my tabs. I have a Mac so the three line menu bar doesn't show up. Anyway, I fixed it the best I could. Thanks again.

Thank you for responding. I quit Firefox via the Firefox tab. I looked and saw that I had "Delete Cookies and site data when Firefox is closed" checked. I unchecked it and was able to keep my tabs. It's unfortunate, because I would like to delete cookies but keep my tabs. I have a Mac so the three line menu bar doesn't show up. Anyway, I fixed it the best I could. Thanks again.
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Thank you for the update. That particular setting shouldn't prevent restoring tabs -- I use that setting -- but maybe changing that setting changed something else at the same time. ??

As a backup to the built-in feature, you could consider a session management extension. These are the ones I'm aware of that you might investigate/try out:

Use database storage:

Use bookmark storage:

Thank you for the update. That particular setting shouldn't prevent restoring tabs -- I use that setting -- but maybe changing that setting changed something else at the same time. ?? As a backup to the built-in feature, you could consider a session management extension. These are the ones I'm aware of that you might investigate/try out: ''Use database storage:'' * https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/tab-session-manager/ * https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/session-boss/ ''Use bookmark storage:'' * https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/session-sync/ * https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/my-sessions/
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Thank you. I will keep those in mind. It's weird that it worked even when it shouldn't have, but I am happy about it.

Thank you. I will keep those in mind. It's weird that it worked even when it shouldn't have, but I am happy about it.
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