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I have a computer that crashes frequently (and freezes) when large amounts of loads occur at once, because of this, I frequently lose work when using Paint.Net, including when it crashes. I know that I should frequently save files, but I also do not have a good memory to do this, so it is a problem.

Could something be implemented, such as the feature in FireFox, when Paint.Net closes unexpectedly there is a screen that comes up saying:

"Paint.Net closed due to error. Would you like to restore the session?"

With the options of: "Restore" or "New"

Is this possible?

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Save ridiculously often is the best help I can offer you. :wink:
Precisely. It always good practice to save regularly whilst working, for Paint.NET and for other programs too, whether the work is detrimental or not.

There have been discussions regarding auto-save features before, one of which lies here:

http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=3679

A good read that topic, too, as it even has a lengthy explanation by Rick himself.

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I make it a habit to hit save before I hit "New Layer" and most times I go to the Effects and Adjustments menu. :-)

 

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