When you are in the middle of doing some work with some applications; but suddenly you needed to reboot your system. But the magic happens as the application restores to its original state where you left earlier after you rebooted your system.
Does that sound great … can this happen ?
The answer is Yes, as per the unconfirmed news, Microsoft is planning to include a cool new technology code name Freeze Dry in Vista Operating system. This feature saves and restores the application state after the michine is rebooted.
According to ZDNet Australia:
- Many IT managers plan to automatically install patches and updates on machines during periods when they are inactive, such as overnight or on weekends. However, as some patches require machines to reboot, users who leave documents open and unsaved run the risk of losing that data if the machine is automatically updated.
Freeze Dry eliminates that problem by automatically saving application state and documents and then restoring them once the system restarts.