Easily disable the window restoration function.
Moreover, allows you to manually chose the applications for which you want to disable the function. Simply remove the app from the system preferences pane list to get things to normal.
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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What's New in This Release:
- Closing the main window quits the app
- Fixed a bug where the Library folder could not be added if located outside the boot drive