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    "A Wonder of H!"

    September 17, 2009  |   By Pregnancom2404


    It restores program applications that are closed by accident, like, OOPS! Then run it then restore! It's like the program state is still stored inside the RAM until 10 seconds, and GoneIn60s restores them! Pretty cool!


    Nothing, just installer problems. It can't be running everytime you start your PC. Or maybe a faster way to run it. Solution to Running Everytime: See at Summary.


    This program is great, but adding an installer is a way of this. GoneIn60s should have exceptions if a program asks to exit and save. And you click it. It won't run everyday you start your PC. Solution: Go to Registry Editor by Start>Run>"regedit">OK. Then go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE (HKLM)/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Run then add a new value. The type is a String. Write the value name as you like. Then type the filename, example "GI60s-JaNa.exe" is your GoneIn60s file. So type the filename of your GoneIn60s executable with the .exe extension. at the "String value" textbox. Then press OK. Log-Off first, then restart. GoneIn60s will start itself!

    Updated on Nov 13, 2009

    GoneIn60s is good, but the real secret of this software is revealed. If you close any application while running GoneIn60s, it "steals" some RAM, according to the application that you are using for a minute. A Photoshop delay from GoneIn60s for recovery even takes away 500 MB of RAM!

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