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Windows Save State?

fritzgoesrawr
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Hi guys, I'm wondering if there is a similar feature like creating a snapshots in Virtual Machines in windows using a software. 

 

My current office station has lot of applications needed to be open because it is used for systems and resource monitoring. Now, there are instances that this computer crashes, and it's a pain in the arse re-opening those things again. Is there anyway I could save the current working state, and when it crashes again I could just recover the recent working state to avoid re-opening the applications again?

 

Thank You!  :lol:  :lol:

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No. The best you can do is a batch script that will open your software in the order you want, and it will stop there.

Or, make them start with Windows, by adding a shortcut of the program in the Startup folder of Windows.

The computer should not crash. I would check for hardware faults if it does.

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Or just install a VM and run these programs in the VM

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Thanks for the replies.

 

Or just install a VM and run these programs in the VM

 

Yeah, that's what I'm planning to propose.

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If you use Windows 8, use Hyper-V. It will save state automatically when you restart/shutdown your system, and resume automatically when you start your system, you don't see it running (you need to remote desktop to it, so it keep things clean). Check it out.

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