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I've recently converted to Safari 5 on Mac OS X SL from Chrome 13 and was wondering whether Safari has a similar option to Google Chrome's "reopen previously closed tabs" on startup. I.e., every time I open Safari, it will open the tabs and windows that were closed at my last quit out of safari.

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Just click on Setting icon on the right corner of the safari browser now select the preferences and then in General tab Safari opens with and change the option from A new Window to All windows from last session.

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Update: I found it - under Preferences >> General >> Safari Opens With - I set this to All windows from previous session- It worked!

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