Originally Posted by Xaero252
Forgive if this question has already been asked, but does this restore the previous state? I doubt it would since that'd require some pretty interesting confoolery on Windows, but it would be super neato.
It can restore the previous state only if the application launches its state from the command line (in which case Oopsie! relaunches the application with the command line passed back to it). Otherwise, no. And if the state changes, the state restored will be the initial state (since there's no way for Oopsie! to know about application specific state, without it knowing the logic of every application in existence
However with explorer windows it can restore the state properly aside from navigation history, as it tracks navigation..