Quoting from The Register's review of Opera 6: "The second of my two favourite Opera features is the ability to save your position, and to restart from the interruption point if the app or the machine crashes. If I've got 20-30 pages open, which is by no means unusual, then I'm going to be a deeply sad bunny if they all just vanish with a thud. This can happen with IE, and it can happen with monotonous regularity when Win2k decides not to suspend properly, but with Opera you can just carry on from where you were before. And you can keep a big pile of research material open all of the time, for weeks or months if you like, through crashes and shutdowns. This is such a killer feature I can't understand why Microsoft hasn't stolen it yet." This does sound like a fantastic feature. Mozilla is amazingly stable nowadays, more so than IE, but it does still tend to wipeout masses of windows when it goes down. Tabbed browsing means we use even more "content windows" at any given time. It would be great if a journal was kept of what was open, and if an attempt was made to restore those images when Mozilla is restarted after a crash. Of course this won't work with sites where the page is stateful, but most static content would be fine.
Dupe of probably both 36810 and 19454. Picking one... *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 36810 ***