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IE8: how to make IE start the next time with all tabs opened like IE was closed

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IE7 had perfect functionality, but I have not been able to find it back in IE8: when closing IE7, IE gave the possibility to open all current tabs when IE was started again. A really handy feature, you don't want to reopen all tabs again. I know I can store all current tabs as favorites, but I just want the IE7 functionality back.

There must be some functionality like it in IE8, 'cause when IE8 crashes, It can revive itself and open the tabs that were open before it crashed (this is not 100% proof though).

I can't imagina MS took that functionality out... I forgot the exact message that IE7 had...
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http://www.mydigitallife.info/2009/07/21/how-to-restore-and-reopen-last-browsing-session-opened-tabs-in-ie8-internet-explorer-8/

You can go to tools and select reopen last browsing sessions but you can not make it automatic.

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