All commercial aircraft should have a strengthened, heat-sinked, airtight metal pouch that can be used to snuff out burning mobile devices when lithium batteries go rogue.
If the death penalty was an effective rational deterrent to murder, then the death rate from automotive travel would put the auto manufacturers out of business.
I know I have 1% or so lifetime chance to die in a car accident. Using cars is a conscious choice I take. They increase the quality of life dramatically.
Can they instead keep full state of the page you were in and make forward button work such that all form data is not lost?
If you accidentally press back button you can just press forward button to get back to where you were.
In my limited understanding, this behavior is controlled by the website, not browser. This is done on purpose and is part of web standards (standard practices, at least). Sites can specify to preserve the form content through page back/forward, or they can specify to delete it after the page is left. Many sites use both options on purpose. The default in website software is usually to delete, as this is best for secirity (login screens, submission of cc and other personal data... most typed-in things are best gone after the page is left, just to be sure in case another user is using the same computer). Removing or modifying this browser behavior would break things in a major way.
C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas l'Informatique. -- Bosquet [on seeing the IBM 4341]