That is not exactly advanced, just a choice. One usually copies the document to the temp-folder and have the user edit that, saving each edit. Or when the application shuts down - without blocking that process, if it does, it will be terminated and all data will be lost.
Ben Aldhouse wrote:Notepad is so advanced that an unsaved document gets saved anyway and opened up
next time you open Notepad++.
Probably more a reaction to applications blocking/preventing Windows from shutting down.
Ben Aldhouse wrote:Is it an oversight in Windows 10?
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