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Closing a Window

Windows is obviously full of windows that contain executing programs that work with data values of all kinds. When you run several programs at once, you open many windows that do not relate to each other. This multiwindowed operating system concept provides a flexible and manageable way to run and control several programs at once.

When you're finished with an open window, you must close the window. Closing a window eliminates the window from view, and if that window contained a running program (as most do), it will cease executing. The window's taskbar button will no longer appear on the taskbar.


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