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With Firefox version 94, closing a Firefox window with multiple tabs open is no longer accompanied by a warning. Firefox’s settings page lets you enable the feature, so you don’t have to disable it altogether.
Firstly, open Firefox on your Mac, Linux, or Chromebook computer so that you can re-enable the missing prompt.
In Firefox, click the three horizontal lines in the top-right corner.
Choose “Settings” from the menu that appears.
Click “General” on the left side of the “Settings” window.
Activate the “Confirm Before Closing Multiple Tabs” option on the “General” screen.
Confirm Before Closing You can turn off the multiple Tabs options to disable the prompt when numerous closing tabs.
It’s that easy. From now on, Firefox will warn you if a window with multiple tabs open is about to be closed before it closes.
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