Google Chrome: Want to keep track of what you've got open in Google Chrome? The experimental SessionSaver extension can save and load multi-tab, multi-window sessions and restore them with a few clicks.
Installing SessionSaver, or any Chrome extension, requires running Chrome's beta or developer versions, available using the Channel Changer tool, and adding --enable-extensions to the end of your Chrome launching shortcut, right after the chrome.exe bit. Once that's done, head to the link below and click on the first link to download and install the extension.
Using it is fairly simple. There's a save-icon-like button installed in Chrome's bottom status bar. Click on it to get load, save, and settings options, where you can save either just one window's tabs, every window's tabs, or load a previous session into your current tabs. Helpful for starting up multi-tab projects or saving your web progress when you're venturing into crash-prone territory. SessionSaver is a free download, requires a beta or developer version of Chrome running on Windows.