Popular Mozilla Firefox lets you restart the browser without losing opened Tabs in Windows 11/10. A similar function to restart the browser without losing opened Tabs is available in Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome browsers. That means if you are working with several opened Tabs in your browser, you can close the browser, and when you will reopen it, you can start your work without opening the same tabs again and again. Other tweakings are possible in the Firefox browser, including changing the default Downloads location, enabling or disabling the Tab Sleep feature to save system resources, etc. One can even save webpages as PDF in Chrome, Firefox, or Edge on Windows 11/10 computer or laptop.
This post will guide you on restart Mozilla Firefox without losing opened Tabs in Windows 11/10.
How to restart Mozilla Firefox without losing opened Tabs in Windows 11/10?
The Firefox browser is owned by Mozilla and offers a faster and more private browsing experience. It also provides an option to restore the previous browsing session. You need to perform the following steps to restart Mozilla Firefox without losing opened Tabs in Windows 11/10:-
Step 1. First, open the Firefox browser.
Step 2. Click on the three horizontal bars to open the Menu bar and then select the
Step 3. In the Options page that opens, click on the
Step 4. On the right side pane of General, select the checkbox “Restore previous session.”
Step 5. You can now close the Firebox browser. Changes will be saved automatically.
Once you complete the above steps, if you’re working with many tabs in Mozilla Firefox and by mistake, you close the Firefox or your PC suddenly restarts when you open Mozilla Firefox again, it will restore the previously opened sessions. In other words, after completing the above steps, when you will relaunch Firefox, it will open by restoring previously opened Tabs automatically.
Alternatively, you can use the shortcut