Do you want to restore your previous session of running applications? Don’t worry friends, Ubuntu comes with yet another feature named as “Auto save session”, by the help of this feature you can restore your running application next time you logged in.
For performing this operation, you have to download a tool, and that is “dconf editor”. Just have a glance at this article to know, how to use auto save session in Ubuntu 14.04
Steps to use auto save session for running applications:
Step 1: First, go to Unity launcher and select “Ubuntu Software Center”.
Step 2: Under ‘Ubuntu Software Center’ window search bar, type “dconf editor”. You’ll see dconf editor tool, just click on install button.
Step 3: Now, go to ‘Unity dash’ and type “dconf”, you’ll see dconf editor tool icon, just click on it to open.
Step 4: Under dconf editor, click on the arrow beside “org” in order to expand.
Step 5: In the same way under ‘org,’ click on the arrow beside “gnome”, to expand.
Step 6: Under ‘gnome’, go to ‘gnome-session’, here you’ll find “auto-save-session”.
Step 7: Now click on “auto-save-session” check box to turn on that option and then close the window.
Hence, when you log in next time, all of your running applications will be restored
That’s all friends, Keep reading.