One of the most important features of Firefox, in my opinion, is Session Restore. This component is responsible for ensuring that, even in case of crash, or if you upgrade your browser or an add-on that requires restart, your browser can reopen immediately and in the state in which you left it. As far as I am concerned, this feature is a life-safer.
Unfortunately, there are a few situations in which the Session Restore file may be corrupted – typically, if the computer is rebooted before the write is complete, or if it loses power, or if the operating system crashes or the disk is disconnected, we may end up losing our precious Session Restore. While any of these circumstances happens quite seldom, it needs to be applied as part of the following formula:
seldom · .5 billion users = a lot
I am excited to announce that we have…
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