Tuesday, November 8, 2011

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Restore Windows Explorer Session After Clean Reboot Or Shutdown

If you ever used Sticky Notes, you might have noticed that Sticky Notes is able to restore a previous session (content) after a clean reboot or shutdown.

Mozilla Firefox can also able to restore its previous session even after a system restart or after a shutdown. The question now is, Is Windows Explorer able to do the same? If yes, how to enable.

Windows Explorer is a file manager application that is included with releases of the Microsoft Windows operating system. It is also the component of the operating system that presents many user interface items on the monitor such as the taskbar and desktop.

Solution on how to Restore Windows Explorer Session After Clean Reboot Or Shutdown:

For the record, the "restoring previous Windows Explorer session" function can be enabled in this way:

1. Go to Windows Explorer's Organize menu > select Folder and search options

Restore Windows Explorer Session After Clean Reboot Or_Shutdown

2. Go to View tab

Restore Windows Explorer Session After Clean Reboot Or Shutdown

3. Enable Restore previous folder windows at logon

Actually, this function existed ever since Windows XP came.

Note: Firefox will automatically restore your session after an automatic update, or when using the restart button from the Add-Ons Manager. Firefox will offer to restore your session after a crash or other unexpected close.

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