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IE8 - save current open windows?

JeffW

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After restarting from a crash, Internet Explorer 8 will often ask, "Do you wish to reopen your previous windows..." Is there a way you can manually trigger this? For example, save all your currently opened windows, do a planned shutdown (say after a Windows or application patch), and then get back to the same set after you restart and login?

It would seem a simple thing to do (capability to 'checkpoint' windows already exists), I just haven't found a way to do it.

Thanks.

Jeff
 

Pedro

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Have you looked under "Tools"? In IE9 there is an option for "Reopen last browsing session". I can't remember if that was an option in IE8 as well.
 
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