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-===Bookmark all open tabs===+==Bookmark all open tabs==
-You can bookmark all open tabs into a new bookmark folder. Open the Add Bookmark dialog (Ctl+D; Bookmarks | Bookmark this page; right-click | Bookmark this page). Check the "bookmark all tabs in a folder" checkbox. Change the name to be the name of the new bookmark folder you wish to create, and then select a parent folder. Finally, click OK.+You can bookmark all open tabs into a new bookmark folder. Open the Add Bookmark dialog (Ctrl+D or "Bookmarks -> Bookmark This Page" or "Bookmark this page" in context menu). Check the "bookmark all tabs in a folder" checkbox. Change the name to be the name of the new bookmark folder you wish to create, and then select a parent folder. Finally, click OK.
 +A folder with bookmarks to all open tabs will be created. You can later reopen the tabs you saved by middle-clicking the folder or selecting the "Open in Tabs" menu item.
-===Save a browser session===+==Save a browser session==
-If you wish to save a full browser session (with tab histories and so on) then you will need to use an extension such as [https://addons.update.mozilla.org/extensions/moreinfo.php?application=firefox&version=1.0&os=Windows&id=436 SessionSaver].+If you wish to save a full browser session (with tab histories and so on) then you will need to use an extension such as [http://www.extensionsmirror.nl/index.php?showtopic=166 SessionSaver] ([http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=47184 discussion thread]). <!-- linked to the Extensions Mirror page, since SS is under active development, doesn't have a homepage at the time of writing and its thread first page is not updated -->

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Bookmark all open tabs

You can bookmark all open tabs into a new bookmark folder. Open the Add Bookmark dialog (Ctrl+D or "Bookmarks -> Bookmark This Page" or "Bookmark this page" in context menu). Check the "bookmark all tabs in a folder" checkbox. Change the name to be the name of the new bookmark folder you wish to create, and then select a parent folder. Finally, click OK.

A folder with bookmarks to all open tabs will be created. You can later reopen the tabs you saved by middle-clicking the folder or selecting the "Open in Tabs" menu item.

Save a browser session

If you wish to save a full browser session (with tab histories and so on) then you will need to use an extension such as SessionSaver (discussion thread).