So Resume is supposed to not only launch the apps you had running before shutting down, but it should also put those apps in the state they were at that point, right? 1) Now is this a system wide feature, or does it have to be supported by the application? Say I'm working on Photoshop and I have 10 open documents. If I reboot, will it restore Photoshop and its 10 open documents as it was? If not, will it at least just launch Photoshop when I reboot, even if it doesn't reopen my documents? 2) My other question is: does Resume simply relaunch the apps that you had open before shutdown (i.e. the dock icon bounces and the app starts to load) when you boot, or does it actually restore some sort of memory image to the RAM? So when you have 20 apps open and you reboot with Resume, will you then get 20 bouncing dock icons for 10 minutes, and you have to wait until they all launch, or are they instantly already there when you log in?