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In Google Chrome:

  1. How to bookmark all tabs currently open at once, instead of bookmark one by one?
  2. Is there some function or plug-in similar to the session manager of Firefox, which can store the addresses to all webpages open before the last several crashes, instead of just for the last single crash?
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related:… – cregox Apr 13 '11 at 19:18
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Answer to 1: right click on any open tab and select Bookmark All Tabs (Shift+Ctrl+D)

Answer to 2: no. so far I did not see something which could help you with this.

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Thanks! Do you know how to how to restore the bookmarked webpages? – Tim Feb 7 '11 at 1:13
@Tim: when you store all bookmark, Chrome is asking you for a folder name where it stores every single bookmark. just right click on the folder and select Open all bookmarks – udo Feb 7 '11 at 9:01

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