I have a habit of opening many Firefox Tabs at a time. The links from Twitter, the pages I would like to read later when I am free; On average I have 15 tabs open, sometimes they are over 50.
Having a lot of tabs open is a distraction, it becomes hard to navigate after a while. Too many tabs makes Firefox slower and consumes a lot of memory (even after using RAMBack).
I found a solution to my problem.
Make sure you do not have anything to loose in any of the open tags, like filled in forms or something. Then close Firefox, No kidding 😉
Open Firefox again and go to:
Type in the above to the address bar and this would bring up the Session Restore window, the same window that would come up the next time you open Firefox after it has crashed.
This window would have all the tabs you had open, the last time you closed Firefox. Now I can continue with what I was doing on a new tab. If you have set Firefox to open all closed tabs when you open it next time, you will have to close each of them first.
When I feel like reading the open pages, I can return to this tab and choose ‘Restore‘. How cool is that? 😉