|16 Nov 2012||#1|
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Should I UnHighlight desktop icons, after a program is closed?
After Xing out of a program, that was opened by a desktop icon-
I usually click on a free area to UnHighlight it, in the assumption that program will then Fully... close (My WD Raptor HD- burrrps when I do this).
If I forget to UnHighlight icons, they flash for a second when I reboot.
Am I correct in my pre-click/close assumption, as I would like my programs to close normally...?
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