04-08-2019 10:56 AM
04-10-2019 11:10 AM
04-22-2019 02:32 PM
@Boarder2 -- I have a workaround that only works for the same device (computer, laptop, tablet, etc.).
1- Count how many tabs are open in your browser.
2- Close Canary
3- Launch Canary
4- Your tabs should all reopen. If they don't, go to history. You'll find in "history/recently closed" web pages you visited recently and an item that will say 4 tabs or 10 tabs or however many tabs you had open. Click on it.
If you had more than one instance of Canary open, you will find all instances listed as a number of tabs. Clicking on them will restore ever instance. That's why I suggested you count the number of tabs that were open so you know which instance you are opening. The windows will pop up at their last known position (more or less).
04-25-2019 11:52 PM
Agreed, this is crazy. Why no quit menu item like every other browser? I often end up with dozens of tabs open in multiple Windows, and I just can't use a browser that won't allow me to close them all and resume when needed, e.g. for a reboot.
05-24-2019 09:37 PMSolution
05-25-2019 08:26 AM - edited 05-26-2019 12:22 PM
I'd prefer to see Exit option rather then Close, if they in fact mean the same thing. But it looks like Edge can be left running in the background once its windows are closed.
by josh_bodner on October 01, 2019