One of our favourite features of Firefox (and Chrome) is the undo closed tab option, a feature that resurrects an accidentally closed tab via your History menu or keyboard shortcut (Ctrl+Shift+t [Windows]or Cmd+Shift+t [Mac] ); if you accidentally closed a whole window, on the other hand, you were out of luck. According to Mozilla Links, however, the nightly builds of Firefox 3.5 Beta 4 (which will most likely drop sometime this week) include a new Recently Closed Windows entry in the History menu that will allow you to restore accidentally closed windows. We're in heaven! [Mozilla Links]
Undo Closed Window Coming In Firefox 3.5
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