No more Rebooting in windows vista?

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    Jason

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    Well not quite. Supposably when rebooting in the next or maby another build where when you restart your computer it takes a snapshot of the current state of the os and what apps are running. Then when it comes back from restarting it takes you right back to this state. Pretty cool huh?
     
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    Cool & useful, rebooting can be a drag, espicaillay during updates.

    Microsoft is working it's next OS to a pretty big OS upgrade, I can't wait to get my hands on the final product.



    It "Should" be an active feature in the february CTP.
     
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    WINDOWSvistaHowMany?

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    sounds cool! i wonder if it works if you get the blue screen of death?
     
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