How to Recover Closed Applications

Sometimes when there’s a lot of clutter on your desktop you end up getting confused most of the time and you close applications which you were working on instead of closing the right window. Don’t worry folks there’s one app known as GoneIn60s which will help you in such a situation. Oh well! Don’t get confused, it’s certainly not the movie, it’s an app!

GoneIn60s has it all in its name. It stores the closed programs in the memory for 60 seconds. If you want to recover the closed program then you can do so within 60 seconds. If you don’t recover the program within 60 seconds, then the program will be terminated. For instance, if you are using Microsoft Excel and you closed the application. The application will be stored by GoneIn60s in memory for 60 seconds. If you don’t recover it within that time it will ask you if want to save the document or not, or you can enable GoneIn60s to automatically kill the application without showing the save dialog. Well, the default timing to save the closed app is 60 seconds; you can change it if you want by playing with the settings.

Click the X or press Alt-F4 to close an application
To recover, rightclick the tray icon and choose an application
Doubleclick the tray icon to recover all applications
If not restored, it is gone in 60 seconds

Download GoneIn60s (size: 205KB)



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