In this post, we show you how you can make your open apps save and restart automatically when you log out and then log in again into your Windows 10 system. Some applications can set themselves to restart after the computer comes back online. It helps to get back to the same place where you were at the last time. Now you can choose to control if that happens or not and is enabled for UWP apps.
Automatically restart apps when you sign back in again
Automatically save your restartable apps when you sign out and restart them after you sign in
You can set Windows 10 to Automatically save your restartable apps when you sign out and restart them after you sign in, by changing this setting. Here’s how:
- Right-click on the Windows logo to open the WinX Menu
- Select Settings
- Click open Accounts
- From the left side, select Sgn-in options
- Scroll down till you see Restart apps setting
- Toggle the Automatically save your restartable apps when you sign out and restart them after you sign in setting to On position
You are all set.
Now when you sign back in. you will find all your restartable apps open again.
To test, you may start one or more UWP apps, such as Feedback Hub, then sign out and then sign back into Windows. You will notice that the Feedback Hub app restart itself minimized
It makes sure that those apps don’t take up all the resources slowing down the computer.
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