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How restore opened windows when restart win2000 ?

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How restore opened windows when restart win2000 ?

If I have opened windows-explorer or control-panel, when restart win2000 how to remember and restore them ?

I mean normal close or restart. not hibernate.
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As far as I know this is not possible on Windows 2000 (except for standby-mode, which is not what you mean).
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