Reboot & then Hibernate your Windows computer with Boot Snooze

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  1. Yeah but the problem is after restart all the apps we use complete with their open documents are not automatically restored. So once you restart, you lose half the point of hibernation as whatever time you save starting Windows quickly on a fresh restart, you’d still spend all that time restoring your browsers tabs, open apps and documents. Maybe in the future when all programs use the Windows Restart Manager API to automatically restore their state when they are closed and opened again, this would make sense.

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