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|05-28-2017 06:18 AM|
First of all, I must say that oopsie is an OUTSTANDING app. It works with 99% of apps except a few like Windows Photo Viewer/Photo Gallery.
Anyway, my request is: can you make Oopsie save the list of closed folders and apps to some file on disk so it can restore them after a reboot say after installing updates?
Oopsie only works for me as long as it is running. When I restart Windows, everything from the closed app history is lost. Please consider a last revision to add saving the list to disk somewhere and restoring it after a reboot.
I know of a program called SmartClose which can do this (if the developer of Oopsie wants to take a look at how SmartClose does it). But SmartClose only works for 32-bit processes, not 64-bit processes.
|02-24-2015 07:06 AM|
Definitely! Oopsie is always active for me, and it comes in handy any time that I'm trying to manipulate multiple folders/programs. One 1440p just isn't enough
|02-23-2015 04:34 PM|
And you know I'm still using it!
|02-09-2015 02:03 AM|
|02-09-2015 01:43 AM|
I sure am.
I only use it in specific scenarios, so I even have it pinned for a quick-launch hotkey.
|02-09-2015 01:37 AM|
|02-09-2015 01:33 AM|
|tompsonn||Is anyone still using this lol?|
|05-14-2014 02:22 PM|
You will find that you need this little program.
|05-08-2014 06:17 AM|
|05-07-2014 01:45 PM|
So, it won't even be installed. Wow. How strict of them.
Yeah, I was thinking this exactly. It's like someone saying that they are having problems doing something unique to their work computer. I'm like, "Dude. lol"
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