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Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Restore Crashed Sessions in Internet Explorer with IERescuer

With Internet Explorer 7, tabbed browsing was introduced, but there wasn't a good way to save or recover your tabs in case IE crashed or got accidentally closed. Yes, there is an option to have your current set of tabs reopened the next time you start IE, but you have to manually set it up each time.

Going to the rescue, IERescuer extends Internet Explorer's functionality by incorporating Firefox 2-like session restoring capabilities. You can restore crashed sessions as well as save your current session for later retrieval. It'll be free for the next 9 hours from Giveaway of the Day. Note that you have to install and activate it today.



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