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OS 10.5 - After Force Quite How Find open files


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I often leave my computer on for over a week and have many website pages open (15 or so reduced down on the dock) for things I need to follow up. I also had a lot of applications open and I was getting the spinning hour glass like I normally get so I tried force quit it didn't work so turned the computer off. Unfortunately I don't know all the websites I had up and they aren't in web history since that only saves the last 2 days and they were 4-6 days old. Anything I can do now (or in the future as this happens a bit)
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Safari has a recovery feature. Just go to History > Reopen Windows from last session and they should all come back. Besides that I wouldn't know what to use. Although my history spans for at least a week, so maybe you want to start there…
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