In the “Sometimes it’s the little things” category… the latest version of the Mozilla Firefox browser is making me very happy. Why? I usually have anywhere from 6 to 20 tabs open most of which are on some page that I want to do something with / about. Also, most of which, I don’t get done in a given day. I used to have an add-on that put a “Save Session” item on one of the menus. There were a number of problems with this involving BETCHAK errors mostly (that’s “between the chair and keyboard” – i.e. the user or, in this case, me – for you non-acronym peeps). I can’t tell you how many hundreds of tabs I’ve meant to keep which were lost by way of these errors.
The new version has a default setting for opening the browser with whatever it had when it was last closed. I don’t have to remember to click anything and my tabs won’t be lost in system crashes etc.
I will probably still not get around to doing whatever I want to do with a lot of the pages on these tabs. But at least it will be because, at some point, I decided it’s not worth it / important / relevant or whatever rather than because I forgot to click something / clicked something by accident / my system threw a hissy.
It’s possible I should be concerned that this makes the list. I’m going with the justification that many of those tabs are work-related stuff I want to do something with. Yeah, that’s it.