Normally if I had a session open before IE crashed and later I would open IE
the message box would be displayed asking me if I wanted to resume the
session which is desired. But if (after reboot) another program would open a
IE window I would lose the session?
How can I make IE to ask for session restore when it has been already opened
(I clicked on a url or IE was started by some app)? Is the session lost in
that case or what?
What if IE had great sesson management build in like any other decent
browser nowadays? I think saving sessions instead of bookmarks is standard
for quite some time for multipurpose browsers users so the ability to choose
saved session or crashed session(s!) IMHO should be provided to the user..
NOTE: I'm using Opera writing this, which is a fine exmple of how it should
be done although you can still lose a session if you accidentally close a
window so always kill the task instead if you need to be able to reopen all
tabs in all windows after quick reboot etc!
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