If you’re like me, the first thing you do each morning is check a series of web pages. For me, it’s Facebook, Twitter, and a couple of news outlets, but the point is that it's always the same. With a little bit of effort, Firefox can automatically load these pages each time you start a browsing session. Here’s how.
1. Open Firefox.
2. Navigate to the pages you’d like to open automatically on each browsing session and ensure you open each in a separate tab.
3. Open the hamburger menu to the right of the address bar.
4. Select Options.
5. Choose Use Current Pages under the General heading.
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