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This is the active session file that Firefox loads when you start the browser.
Firefox stores recovery files in the sessionstore-backups folder of the profile folder: May still be useful for old versions of Firefox, and Firefox-based browsers such as Pale Moon.
You can use the other session backups listed there as well to restore sessions.
You can still use these files and replace the file in the main directory. These files contain session information from the last shutdown or upgrade.
This attempts to restore the browsing session from the backup.
Note that it does not include tabs, windows or forms that you have opened in your last session, and that it may include tabs, windows or form data that you have closed in the previous session.
The core changes are as following: While is still stored in the main Firefox profile folder, all other files are now stored in sessionstore-backups instead. The primary backup file is now, the secondary backup file First thing you may want to do is compare the size of the and file.If either file has a size of 0, it is empty and not usable anymore.They too can be used to replace the main file should it be corrupt.The new backup process The restore files As mentioned before, Firefox saves several new session restore files to the user profile directory once the new feature lands in the browser (Nightly users already have it as it lands in Firefox 33 if things go as planned).
Now, you can also try or upgrade.js, both of which are usually created farther back in time making it more likely that they are not corrupt as well.