Windows restore state
I've had enough headaches with Apple that I'm trying to make the switch back to Windows. But there is a feature in OSX that doesn't seem built into Windows and that I honestly can't live without anymore.
On a Mac, if your system shuts down or reboots for any reason, after the restart your desktop will look EXACTLY like it did before. All your apps will be open and even unsaved documents will be restored. It's magic. Especially for those times when you have to ungracefully force a restart. No worries, you'll be right back where you left off as soon as you do. You don't have to do anything to trigger this, it's automatic so even if the shutdown is unexpected you are safe.
I was sure when Windows 10 came out that Microsoft would build this into the OS but to my dismay it's not built in and I can't find any apps to do this. It is especially disturbing because Windows 10 has a nasty habit of auto updating and restarting in the middle of the night. Then the next time you start up everything is gone!
In the past when my Windows laptop battery was running low it would save its state and put itself into a hibernate mode so nothing was lost. This feature also seems to be gone in Windows 10. So if the battery dies while in your laptop bag you lose everything.
For all its faults, I can't leave OSX until I get this restoring functionality in Windows. Is there a way to do what I want? I've searched and searched but found nothing. Funny how SD is a last resort.