Kind of random but I'm just wondering... is there a way to have your entire Windows session, apps, files, folders, etc. re-open when signing into your account?
I know on a Mac you can configure to where your Mac will remember EVERYTHING you were doing on your session. Then when you sign in, restart, etc., Mac will open up all the apps and specific files you were working on just before signing out, shutting down, etc. If I'm not making myself clear, for example, you can be running a PowerPoint presentation, a couple folders open in explorer, and browser all open doing specific things. And when you log off on Windows it closes everything and when you log back in they don't re-open. However, Mac does do this if you tell it to.
It would be useful cause in case you need
to restart your PC, or just sign out for a while but you wanna keep your computer running you may like to continue everything you were doing once logging back into your PC account. Anyone know how to do this? It would be helpful to me.
Thanks.Btw I know about Hibernate and Sleep, which keep apps open when you turn your PC back on or wake it up from sleep-mode. But this ^ would be great if you want to JUST sign out, not make your PC stop running for a while.