Reliance on built-in session saving doesn't solve typical use case Rated 2 out of 5 stars

The reliance on the built-in session saving fails to solve the typical use case when a user who normally ***HATES*** session saving and keeps the feature disabled ***STILL*** wishes that the session be restored ***WHEN HE USES THE RESTART FIREFOX COMMAND***. Such user will have to change the configuration setting every time he wants to QuickRestart, and then change it back. Sort of defeats the purpose. It is easier to just type killall -9 firefox in xterm and voila, Firefox thinks it had crashed so it restores tabs regardless of the session saving setting.