When you Restart your computer it’s considered a “warm boot”. Performing a Shut Down is referred to as a “cold boot”. During a “warm boot” power to the memory chips is not completely lost as it would be on a “cold boot”. Therefore, if you want to ensure that memory on your system is completely flushed, Shut down your computer and wait approximately 30 seconds before rebooting. On a system utilizing SolidWorks, it’s recommended that you perform a cold boot daily.
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