Every browser out there gives you the possibility to have a home page loaded automatically every time you open it. If you are someone who doesn’t like to wait very much, or just someone who likes to optimize his time this is the perfect solution for you.
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With Firefox in fact, you can easily open multiple pages at startup, without any plug-in or particular trick.
All you need to do is:
- Click on Tools>Options from your Firefox toolbar.
- In the Main tab, you will see a box called startup: in the Home Page box, just type all of the websites you wish to be opened at startup, separated by “|” (bar). It will look like www.gmail.com | www.google.com/reader | www.google.com.
After you click OK, every time your browser starts again those web pages will load in separated tabs.
If you are currently browsing the pages you wish to open at startup, you will notice a button under the Home Page box called Use Current Pages: this button will automatically add those pages’ URLs, separated by bars, into the box.
You can also make Firefox open all the tabs and windows you were browsing when you last closed it, by selecting the related option from the drop-down menu.