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How to shutdown laptop without loosing sessions?

Hello i want to know best method to protect all my works and shutdown quickly. Any idea?

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What sessions do you mean?

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While I think HIBERNATE is one way, it's not PERFECT.

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If you don't want to lose Word documents the choice is very simple. You click that save button and you SHALL keep backups of documents, files and what else you can not lose.

There is no sure way to restore a computer today to just like you left it. Hibernate in Windows (see google) comes close but there will be cases where it won't work. EXAMPLE: I had a client that would log into a web site and on resume (sleep or hibernate) they would find themselves logged out. This is no bug. That's how that web site operates.

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