The window restoration feature of Mac OS X Lion is one of the coolest features of Apple's new OS. Sometimes however, one might not want the windows of a certain application to be restored when launching it. Unfortunately window restoration can only be disabled system-wide and not on a per-application basis. This is where RestoreMeNot comes in and provides a simple preference pane for disabling window restoration for individual applications.
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