Networking Quick Tips
Quick Tips: Turn on session restore in FirefoxWant to close Firefox without losing all your tabs? Now you don't have to wait for it to crash--here's how to turn on session restore.
>> Hi I'm Molly Wood and here's a quick tip on how to turn on session restore in Fire Fox. Now let's say you're the type who keeps a lot of tabs open, you know, just to come back to later. But we all know that if you leave Fire Fox running for too long it starts to suck up system memory like a sponge, a really, really big thirsty sponge. The answer? Session restore. This is a built in Fire Fox feature that's turned off by default. Now to enable it click tools, options, and the main panel. Now under the start up category extend the drop down menu next to when Fire Fox starts, choose show my windows and tabs from last time. Now you can safely close 5, 6, 7, 20 tabs at once and they'll all open right back up next time you restart Fire Fox; procrastinate all you want. [ music ]