Advanced Session Manager for Google Chrome

What Google Chrome is seriously lack of is an advanced session management. The only functionality that Google Chrome has is the ability to save all the opened tabs from your previous browsing session. As an advanced user, you really need more than that!

FreshStart is an extension for Google Chrome that enables you to save, manage and reload multiple browsing sessions in Google Chrome. This extension is very essential for users who regularly need to work with the same set of websites. Instead of troubling yourself to open those websites one by one every time you launch Google Chrome, you can save those tabs of websites as a new session. So that the next time you launch Chrome, with just a click of button, you can load all your previously saved session.

After installed, FreshStart will add an icon next to the address bar. When you has opened a set of tabs containing websites that you consistently need to work with, simply click on the FreshStart to pop up a box.

Name your session and click Save to store your newly created session. Before saving, you can choose to save all tabs that are currently opened to a new session, or hand select which tabs to be saved. Untick any tabs that you don’t want to include them in your new session.

To restore a session, simply click on your desired session from a list of saved sessions. Restored session will open up in a completely new window without affecting your current window. You can rename or remove your session if you want to.

In addition, all sessions are saved in the “FreshStart Sessions” folder in Chrome’s bookmarks, enabling you to synchronize your saved sessions across Chrome browsers on multiple machines using a bookmark synchronization tool (or Chrome’s built in bookmark sync).

Install Freshstart to organize your tabs and browsing sessions in Google Chrome

Steve Yu is a technology blogger with five years blogging experience (since 2007). He is the founder of MyTechQuest.com.

4 Comments

  1. Arun Pal Singh

    January 22, 2010 at 9:44 am

    That looks good. Google chrome gets an improvement. I am using Mozilla and quite satisfied with it. But Google Chrome needs to be watched and observed. Somehow I feel it is going to be better than what is available.

    But not for now

  2. Sandrina

    January 29, 2010 at 10:07 pm

    I was looking for something like this.
    This extension is time saving.

  3. Cees

    May 6, 2010 at 6:17 pm

    Useless for me. Session Manager for Firefox auto-saves all my windows and tabs, and lets me edit them on restore.

  4. wowka

    May 25, 2010 at 7:19 pm

    There no auto-save options and no possibility to store complete browser’s session – all chrome windows and tabs, only current window is stored.

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