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May 15th, 2012, 04:52 PM   #1
 
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Some Process don't stop

Hi all,

i have a question to ask all of you.
My Problem is some processes in of computer don't stop even i close its application.
For instance, Firefox.exe doesn't stop even i close it.

Can anybody tell me why it doesn't? How to fix it permanently?

I just don't want to end its processes every time i closed the application.

Pls, help.
Thank in advance
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May 17th, 2012, 02:30 AM   #2
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Re: Some Process don't stop

Hi Dirk,
How do you close the application ? Normally via the GUI ?
From times to times it also happens on my computer that processes remain open even though the application has been exited, I'm not sure why this happens but I know that some software is coded that way so that the application car still harvest information or work in the background when you do not use it. Of course this consumes resources (CPU and RAM) and is very annoying ...
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I support you julian. Dirk you should check the problem in a more detailed way.
 
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