Losing your browsing session, even by accident, brings a lot of frustration and makes you waste a lot of time searching previously opened tabs in the browser history. That is why having a session management tool is always a good idea, regardless of the browser you are using. The Tab Session Manager extension is one of the best choices to make and it comes in three flavors, one dedicated to Microsoft’s Edge browser.
Save and restore tab sessions in Edge 
Once the add-on is installed in Edge, you should be able to see a new button in the browser toolbar. Clicking on it reveals a popup window which is actually the session management dashboard. If you prefer, you can also open it in a separate tab rather than the popup.
All the opened tabs can be saved to a new browser session with a click. The list of sessions is neatly displayed, each with all its opened windows and tabs. While deleting a tab from a session is possible, adding a new tab into an existing session is not. However, you can replace a session completely or append tabs in an opened window to a session. Saved sessions can be opened on demand in the current window or a new one. Furthermore, you can configure Tab Session Manager to open a certain list of tabs and windows at launch.
Automatic session saving and other options 
One of the perks of Tab Session Manager is that it allows automatic session saving. In other words, you don’t have to worry about saving your session manually all the time, as your list of tabs is stored in the cloud periodically.
There are a few other options worth mentioning, as shown below. It is worth noting that, when loading a previously saved session, the content of each tab is not loaded until you click on it. Obviously, this option saves memory usage significantly.
In addition to tabs, Tab Session Manager can also be configured to restore all windows in the same position, thus saving you the time needed to setup your working environment once more.
Backup and manage your browsing sessions with ease 
With a few more to discover for yourself, Tab Session Manager is one of the add-ons that is really worth having installed in your browser. And if Microsoft Edge is not your browser of choice, it also comes with editions for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

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* Automatic session saving: no need to press the button every time you open a new tab
* Drag and drop tab sessions between windows
* Backup and restore browser sessions
* Restore tab sessions in current window or in a new one
* Restore all windows in the same position
* Restore all tabs in the same position
* Open tabs only in specific sessions
* Open tabs in specific windows
* Open tabs in specific windows only at startup
* Open tabs only at startup
* Open a specific list of tabs at startup
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* Can be downloaded and updated online using the Chrome Web Store
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* Automatic session saving: no need to press the button every time you open a new tab
* Drag and drop tab sessions between windows
* Backup and restore browser sessions
* Restore tab sessions in current window or in a new one
* Restore all windows in the same position
* Restore all tabs in the same position
* Open tabs only in specific sessions
* Open tabs in specific windows
* Open tabs in specific windows only at startup
* Open tabs only at startup
* Open a specific list of tabs at startup

A:

The Web Developer Site offers a pretty good description of Session Management.
In short, you can create a new “session” and save it. You can also restore a saved session, which is almost identical to creating a new one. Saved sessions are saved to the user’s local device (the computer) rather than the cloud.

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I am looking for a way to use VSTS Git Extensions as a Git server (only for authenticating the users).
The problem is, that it stores the credentials in the local storage. So I can’t use it for providing access to my repository over the Internet.
I found this:

But there is no full working example.
If anybody can tell me how to get this working or maybe point me to a guide I would be grateful.

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I got it working.
It is a bit hacky. I was looking into an iframe in the UI

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WebUSB is a special kind of USB device, which is rarely used by normal users. WebUSB can be used for WebRTC connections, video streaming, webcams, and more. WebUSB Manager is a powerful tool for controlling WebUSB devices. It lets you configure the device and transfer data from and to it. You can enable it to automatically accept connections and close them when they are finished.

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Chrome

Go to Chrome Web Store
Add-on, Search For: Device Control and Install

After install, open Chrome and go to Chrome Menu (Super button + i) > More Tools > Device Control.

Other browsers

Go to app store, Search For: Device Control and Install

After install, open a new tab and go to the Address Bar (top left corner) and type: chrome://devices/ (you can find it by pressing CMD-L)

There you will find a new tab, select Device Control from there

In case you want to close a device, close the Device Control tab and go to the device list tab (the same tab that you opened) and select the device you want to close.

You can close all devices on the first tab. You can also click on the More button to add the currently open device to another tab to close it.

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Firefox

Firefox > Go to the Firefox Help menu > Troubleshooting Information and select Show First Aid Log.

Open the resulting window.

Look for the button that says “Device Control” (Or, as I see in my version: “Desktop Control”)

Click the button.

Click “Desktop Control”

Control the device you want to control.

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Save and restore tab sessions in Edge
Once the add-on is installed in Edge, you should be able to see a new button in the browser toolbar. Clicking on it reveals a popup window which is actually the session management dashboard.
If you prefer, you can also open it in a separate tab rather than the popup.
All the opened tabs can be saved to a new browser session with a click. The list of sessions is neatly displayed, each with all its opened windows and tabs.
While deleting a tab from a session is possible, adding a new tab into an existing session is not. However, you can replace a session completely or append tabs in an opened window to a session.
Saved sessions can be opened on demand in the current window or a new one.
Automatic session saving and other options
One of the perks of Tab Session Manager is that it allows automatic session saving. In other words, you don’t have to worry about saving your session manually all the time, as your list of tabs is stored in the cloud periodically.
There are a few other options worth mentioning, as shown below. It is worth noting that, when loading a previously saved session, the content of each tab is not loaded until you click on it. Obviously, this option saves memory usage significantly.
Backup and manage your browsing sessions with ease
With a few more to discover for yourself, Tab Session Manager is one of the add-ons that is really worth having installed in your browser.
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Save and restore tab sessions in Edge
Once the add-on is installed in Edge, you should be able to see a new button in the browser toolbar. Clicking on it reveals a popup window which is actually the session management dashboard.
If you prefer, you can also open it in a separate tab rather than the popup.
All the opened tabs can be saved to a new browser session with a click. The list of sessions is neatly displayed, each with all its opened windows and tabs.
While deleting a tab from a session is possible, adding a new tab into an existing session is not. However, you can replace a session completely or append tabs in an opened window to a session.
Saved sessions can be opened on demand in the current window or a new one.

System Requirements:

Windows 95, 98, or Windows NT operating system (Windows 2000 or later is recommended).
16 MB of RAM (4 MB for Windows 95).
At least a Pentium III 750 MHz processor (Pentium IIIs 300 MHz processor recommended).
Working Internet connection.
5 MB of free hard disk space.
Audio CD playback software.
Installing:
Unzip the downloaded Archive into a convenient location.
Move the folder that you unzipped into to your hard drive.