1. dave.bush's Avatar
    I know that I can selectively kill off running processes (apps) but I would also have thought that rebooting would do so. I've found however that when I reboot, all running processes are still there, running.

    Is this normal?

    Dave
    10-16-2011 10:49 PM
  2. alpinestars1z's Avatar
    I know that I can selectively kill off running processes (apps) but I would also have thought that rebooting would do so. I've found however that when I reboot, all running processes are still there, running.

    Is this normal?

    Dave
    They're not running in the background. That multi-tasking tray is actually more of a recent apps tray. When you switch out of an app, it's put into a saved state, and then when you go back to it, it resumes.
    10-17-2011 02:10 AM
  3. dave.bush's Avatar
    Yes, technically they aren't "running" but rather sleeping. My question is why a reboot doesn't kill them.
    10-17-2011 11:44 AM
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