How can I make Firefox stop loading 9 three old tabs (recognition successful installations of Add-ons) whenever it starts up?

I tried to clear the cache, uninstall Add-ons, then restarting.
I also tried to change the start page in Options/general/start, but the change is not saved. Upgrade to higher versions of Firefox has not remedied the problem. Other suggestions posted on the Web don't work anymore.
The three tabs that come back are: Welcome to the saved password Editor, thank you for the reminder Fox update and thank you for the installation of the coloured tabs. I need the two first modules, so please do not suggest delete them completely.
Thank you in advance!

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Have you tried training the preferences not saved article and deleted all the files as prefs.js and prefs prefs-# .js and a possible user.js file in the Firefox profile folder?

You can use this button to go to the Firefox profile folder:

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