Great for keeping the high-memory too many tabs blues at bay! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Session Manager is a really great program; it's for all those people out there who are used to saving sessions in their favorite IDE or text editor and then wondering why their browser doesn't have the same functionality, considering the internet will always be larger than any programming project you might be working on.
For those unfamiliar with the concept of a "session" it's basically a way of saving which files, URLs what have you, that you previously had open at a particular point in time.
I find it works particularly well when using Tiddlywiki as Tiddlywiki has permalinks that allow you to open specific small pieces of information around a thought you may have had at some point, or on a particular topic. Session Manager enhances this functionality by allowing you to open multiple Tiddlywiki's has you may have had them open sometime ago when you needed to switch to a different task.
I really like Session Manager, but the interface is a little bit clunky, it would almost be easier if you could checkoff or select the open tabs themselves for storage in a new session instead of using the checkboxes to select pages based on their titles / windows.
But other than that GREAT WORK this is a VERY useful plugin for people research anything detailed on the internet.