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How to continue where  you left off  Chrome, Edge, Firefox

Are you tired of losing your tabs? Here are the steps to set your browser to pick up where you left off.

Chrome, Edge, Firefox resume tabs option

It can be an awful feeling losing your open tabs and windows if your browse closes automatically to install an update, crashes because of an unexpected problem, or you click the close button by mistake. However, you can configure the browser to resume the previous session to make it easier to pick up where you left off.

Whether you use Chrome, Edge, or Firefox on Windows 11 or 10, virtually any modern browser includes an option that saves your current session, allowing you to pick up all your windows and tabs where you left off.

This guide will teach you the steps to configure your default web browser to resume your tabs and windows upon restart on Windows 11 or 10.

Continue where you left off on Chrome

To restore your previous windows and tabs after a restart on Chrome, use these steps:

  1. Open Google Chrome.

  2. Click the menu (three-dotted) button on the right corner and select the Settings option.

  3. Click on “On startup.”

  4. Select the “Continue where you left off” option.

    Chrome enable resume last session

Once you complete the steps, Chrome will reload your previous version session after restarting the browser on your computer.

Continue where you left off on Edge

To restore your previous session on Microsoft Edge, use these steps:

  1. Open Microsoft Edge.

  2. Click the menu (three-dotted) button on the right corner and select the Settings option.

  3. Click on “Start, home, and new tabs.”

  4. Under the “Where Edge starts” section, select the “Open tabs from the previous session” option.

    Edge enable resume last session

After you complete the steps, Microsoft Edge will continue where you left off after the computer or browser restarts.

Continue where you left off on Firefox

To pick up the windows and tabs where you left off with Mozilla Firefox, use these steps:

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.

  2. Click the menu (three-dotted) button on the right corner and select the Settings option.

  3. Click on General.

  4. Under the “Startup” section, check the “Open previous windows and tabs” option.

    Firefox enable resume last session

Once you complete the steps, when Firefox restarts, the previous session will load, letting you pick up where you left off.