Sometimes you are in a productive session on your Windows 10 PC, but for some reason forced to log out of the account or reboot the system. You may typically need to “manually” restart your session by relaunching the applications from the previous session.
However, that is a story of the past, Windows 10 can now automatically remember and reopen applications in the previous session when you log back into the same system user account. Here’s how to set up this useful feature.
First, open Windows 10’s Settings app by clicking the Start menu and tapping on the little gear icon. Or you can also press the Windows + i key combination on your keyboard.
In “ Settings ”, click “ Accounts ”.
In the ” Accounts ” section, you look at the sidebar menu, you will see the ” Sign-in options ” option, click it.
The “ Sign-in options ” screen will open, scroll down until you see “ Restart apps ” option. This option has the description: “ Use my sign-in info to automatically finish setting up my device after an update or restart ”. or restart)
Click the switch button right below the app to switch it to the state ” On “.
Then, close the Settings app.
The next time you log out and log back in on the same Windows 10 user account, the apps Microsoft calls “restartable apps” during the previous login session will automatically relaunch.
Note that not all apps can be automatically restarted when you enable this Sign-in options. Basically, however, the “supported list” will include modern Windows 10 apps written for the UWP platform – including all those offered on the Microsoft Store – as well as web browsers. common.
Older apps (which use the Win32 API) written for versions of Windows prior to Windows 8 may not be supported.