Save / change last accessed urls in IE/Chrome/Mozilla browsers tabs for next launch

In my current Firefox Mozilla browser, I just need to access whichever urls / sites
I want to be saved for next browsing session & upon exit & I next relaunch my
Firefox, it will launch these very same urls / sites in each tabs (ie the very same
sessions last accessed will be restored).

 If I don't want to save a particular url/website anymore, I just to exit/close that
url/tab & when I exit Firefox that url/site will not be saved or if I wish to add an
additional url to be saved, just open that url/site & exit Firefox & it will be saved.

However, for my IE8, it's always the same 3 sites (eg: &
that show up in the tab regardless of which is my last accessed url/websites.
How do I change them & to save last accessed url/pages for next session?

For my Chrome, it just loses everything & only launch one tab, ie the homepage.
How do I change my Chrome's behaviour to that of what's my Firefox's?
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Well the question has been sitting here for almost 4 hours without a response, so I guess its time someone gives you the bad news.

Not all browsers have the same features.  If you look hard enough maybe there are addons or plugins somewhere.

Otherwise you are out of luck unless you want to rewrite some of the code for those other browsers to add the features you want.

sunhuxAuthor Commented:

For IE8, I'm sure there's a way to set the "initial" tabs to access which url/website:
I must have set it long ago but can't figure out now how those were set.  At least
give me this answer
I no longer have an IE8 around.  I keep the latest IE for testing purposes.  I never use it otherwise.  However I don't recall it having the kind of tab management you are looking for, and as no other Expert has ventured into the question I suspect there is no hack or workaround to do it.

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firefox - steps
(from firefox support page)
1.At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button (Tools menu in Windows XP) and then click OptionsOn the menu bar, click on the Firefox menu and select Preferences...At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Edit menu and select PreferencesAt the top of the Firefox window, click on the Tools menu and select Options...On the menu bar, click on the Firefox menu and select Preferences...At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Edit menu and select Preferences....
2.Select the General panel (Main panel in Firefox 3.5).
3.In the Startup box, click the dropdown menu next to "When Firefox starts:" and select what Firefox should display when it starts up.
¿Show my home page - Displays the home page(s).
¿Show a blank page - Displays a blank page. This loads quickly since you don't have to wait for lots of tabs to load.
¿Show my windows and tabs from last time - Opens the pages you were visiting the last time you used Firefox so you can continue where you left off. For more information, see Session Restore.
4.Click OK to close the Options windowClick Close to close the Preferences windowClose the Preferences window. .

In the Options' dialog Basics area, under "Open the following pages," enter the URLs.
Open the last session's tabs automatically. Also like Firefox, Chrome can automatically restore the tabs from your last browser session. In that same Options area as above, just select "Restore the pages that were open last."

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ie has the restore last session option but i dont think it will open those unless you click the button once its open but you can set multiple pages as your homepage / which you can do in it seems in all browsers its called

multi tab homepage

here is a video that shows you in IE how to create the multi tab homepage
sunhuxAuthor Commented:

excellent, I've just tried with IE & it works.

My Chrome has an issue: after clicking on Options, it just
gave a blank page with no response;  I'll leave this thread
open for 2 more days & will close if there's no further replies
sunhuxAuthor Commented:

To be fair, I'll open another EE thread for my Chrome's issue tomorrow (it's midnight now)
the only thing i can think of is you might have your chrome set to clear your history when you close the browser? that might keep it from working right.

glad i could help out

sunhuxAuthor Commented:
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