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When I close or exit from chrome, I want to save all the open tabs automatically to bookmarks(or something else); and when I re-open chrome, by clicking on the extension(or something else), I would like to open all the tabs that were saved in previous session when I had closed and when I close chrome again, I would like previous save session to be overwritten with current tabs.

Put simply, I would like to simulate "where you left off" option from "On startup" in Settings, since I can't change that setting on my work computer.

How do I do this?

My google chrome Version: 87.0.4280.141 (Official Build) (64-bit) with Windows 10 and I am a user of this computer, who can't change settings to open chrome "where you left off" and doing ctrl+shift+D is time taking and I may forget to do it some times.

This question is different from: Is there a way to bookmark AND close all tabs in Chrome with a single click?

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Here's the meat of this trick: to save all the tabs you currently have open, right-click on the tab bar and select “Bookmark all tabs” from the popup menu. The Bookmark all tabs dialog box displays.

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  • which is what ctrl+shift+D does and I may forget doing and want to be done automatically when i exit out of chrome. – Naveen Reddy Marthala Jan 12 at 16:35

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