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Google chrome has a file "Current Session" stored at "%localappdata%\google\chrome\user data\default\Current Session".
This file has formated as SNSS file structure and it locked. This file contain current tabs of chrome and something.

I can not read information in this file because it locked and struct of this file too difficult for me to get it.

Please, help me! Thank you so much!
Posted 28-Jan-13 0:58am
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Solution 1

Help you with what? You have almost answered your own question: the file is internal to Chrome and locked to protect itself. If you want to find information about how to access internal data that is used by Chrome, then go to the Chrome developers' website for information.
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Solution 2

If it is locked, then you can't access it - it is in use with an exclusive lock from the system. Most likely, Chrome does this so that it has the file available at all times while the session is current, and so it is probably only available when chrome has been closed. By which time, it isn't the current session, so it may well contain only the URLs for the last set of pages.

The chances are, you can't access this file while Chrome is running - which is presumably when you want to read it.

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