To start with, I'm on Windows 8.1 x64 running Chrome stable, v43.0.2357.124 32-bit (fully up-to-date as of this post). I have always had the option set for Chrome to "Continue where you left off" when starting, but lately this hasn't been working properly. It works strangely--I'll be browsing for a while, use various tabs, then close the window, and if I reopen it again a few minutes later it will reopen a random collection of tabs that I had open within the previous 5-10 minutes before I closed it. The tabs that I actually DID have open are always reopened, so that's not a problem, but Chrome is reopening extra tabs and it seems to be random as to which ones it chooses.

This is happening across several different computers, both Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. One of the computers is my work computer and has an entirely different set of extensions/bookmarks and whatnot (it's not synced with everything else).

Is there anything else I can do, via extension or otherwise, to fix this local state saving issue?

  • possible duplicate of Can I save a session in Chrome? – DavidPostill Jun 13 '15 at 19:25
  • The proposed duplicate is about how to save a session. It appears that is not the issue here. Rather, it's how to get the feature to work correctly. – fixer1234 Jun 14 '15 at 4:38

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