I left Google Chrome open on my XP host last night with a bunch of open tabs, and this morning, the applications stops responding.
I'm afraid killing and restarting Chrome won't recover the open tabs.
I tried making a copy of "C:\Documents and Settings(me)\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Current Tabs", but even though I'm logged in with Admin rights, I get "Access denied on file Current Tabs".
Is there a way to get the list of tabs currently open in the browser?
Edit: I went ahead, killed Chrome... and as I feared, it didn't recover the open tabs. By default, Google doesn't seem to handle this, so we have to change its configuration: Basics > On Start Up: "Reopen the pages that were open last".
If the above doesn't work, maybe there's an extension that keeps tracks of open URL's and will positively recover them after a crash?
A more rudimentary solution is to 1) kill Chrome, and 2) grep for "http" the following file: "C:\Documents and Settings(me)\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Current Session".