I love firefox. So much that I am working on a dedicated blog on it.
Firefox is today the preferred browser for millions and millions of the web surfers. The best part of this fast and secure browser is its open source nature, which allows thousands of developers to create firefox extensions, firefox addon, firefox skins, firefox dictionaries and much more, which seamlessly integrate with your browser to give it a personalized touch.
And, it is fully supported by Google, the undisputed DON of Internet.
If you haven’t yet started using Firefox, then you can
. And if you have been using Firefox, then there is a great set of free web tools from Google just for you. You can
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Restoring last session in firefox
Firefox users know that one of most useful features of Firefox is its ability to restore the last session, by opening all the tabs, which were open when your system crashed and you lost the track. But this happens only if your system halted on its own. If you yourself exit Firefox, then the firefox will start from its home page.
But you can change this setting easily so that even if you exit firefox manually, it will open all the tabs next time, which were open when your pressed the Close button.
- Click on Tools menu > options.
- Click on the Main tab.
- Change the setting in “When Firefox Starts” field to “Show my windows and tabs from last time”.
- Save your settings.
This feature of firefox is really useful. You know small things do wonders to add your browsing experience.
How to remove firefox restore session feature (Edit)
Even if you do not implement the above given trick, Firefox restores the last session in case it closes due to some error or system crash. There are certain times, when you want to disable that feature. Check our post on How to get rid off Firefox Restore Session Dialog Box.