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Restore tabs from previous session when restarting FF.

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For years I've had multiple open tabs and pinned tabs while browsing, then when I quit and restarted FF all of the tabs reopened when I restarted.

I've recently upgraded to a newer MacBook Pro and now FF is not reopening tabs upon restart. I also didn't need to login to FF each time I started it on my old computer, but FF on the new computer makes me login every time I restart. I'm using version 88.0.1 on the new computer and 88.0 on the previous computer. I have followed the instructions from the article below, and I've even uninstalled and reinstalled FF, but nothing has worked:

[Restore Previous Session]

I'm terribly frustrated and I would be ever so appreciative if anyone can help me figure this out! Thank you!

For years I've had multiple open tabs and pinned tabs while browsing, then when I quit and restarted FF all of the tabs reopened when I restarted. I've recently upgraded to a newer MacBook Pro and now FF is not reopening tabs upon restart. I also didn't need to login to FF each time I started it on my old computer, but FF on the new computer makes me login every time I restart. I'm using version 88.0.1 on the new computer and 88.0 on the previous computer. I have followed the instructions from the article below, and I've even uninstalled and reinstalled FF, but nothing has worked: [[https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/restore-previous-session#w_troubleshooting Restore Previous Session]] I'm terribly frustrated and I would be ever so appreciative if anyone can help me figure this out! Thank you!

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Sorry to hear about this problem. On MacOS, in some cases, users only have a temporary installation or Firefox is launching from a DMG file instead of the Apps folder. Could you review the steps in the following article to see whether you can confirm you have a permanent installation: How to download and install Firefox on Mac.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Sorry to hear about this problem. On MacOS, in some cases, users only have a temporary installation or Firefox is launching from a DMG file instead of the Apps folder. Could you review the steps in the following article to see whether you can confirm you have a permanent installation: How to download and install Firefox on Mac.

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THANK YOU! I ended up having to uninstall the FF that I had downloaded and reinstall, then I was careful to follow the instructions in the link you provide and, PRESTO, it worked! THANK YOU!