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Internet Explorer Remember Open Windows

Posted on 2013-07-01
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Is there a way IE can remember which windows I had open so after reboot they will all open again?
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Question by:deklinm
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by:Giovanni Heward
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Try:

Click ''Tools'' menu;  then click on ''Reopen last browsing session''.

This will reopen all tabs that you had open the last time.
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If it is a fixed group that you always want to open, you can save the group into a favorites directory and open that each time (clicking the arrow on the right of the tab group will open every link in that group".  You can also go to the tools menu (alt-t) and choose "reopen last browsing session".  I personally use that and prefer it over the auto-load on open.  It is an extra single step but I don't always want to load everything I last looked at.

I don't know if there is a way to auto-load the last set of tabs exactly where you were.
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