Have you ever lost work because of a Web browser crash?
There is no browser (that we know of) that restores the state of all your browser windows before the crash. However, the open source Mozilla Web browser makes it easy for third-party developers such as Alphanumerica to create new functionality, so we decided to add it.
Total Recall works by tracking your browsing session in a file saved on your local hard drive. When you restart Mozilla after a browser crash (or even an operating system crash), the windows that were open before the crash will be displayed to you in a pulldown menu that will allow you to return to one or all of the pages you were viewing.
Note: Total Recall uses the same interface to save information to a user's computer as the History and Bookmarks features. The Total Recall function can be turned off if you do not want Aphrodite writing files to your local drive.