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Old 06-17-2010, 11:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Closing programs properly

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I am fully aware that closing all unused programs frees a lot of memory.
My question is : do I have to go thru the sometimes 3 or 4 step process of hitting the Menu button and then Close (time-consuming), or is it functionally the same to hit the Back button (not the red, Close button) repeatedly ??
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Some apps close completely with the back button, some do not. Best practice is to use the menu >> close/exit.
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Thanks, Devnull.
Actually, by application I don't mean any aftermarket/commercial applications, but rather something like "Media", "Camera", "Browser", etc...
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Again, some do, some don't.

For instance, the browser has an option to "Close Browser on Escape". Notice I said "option".

Another is the media player... If a song or video is playing and you hit the back(Escape) button, it keeps playing in the background and does NOT close.
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