Windows 10: toolbar problem, bug?

  1.    16 Nov 2015 #1

    toolbar problem, bug?


    When I open up some programs like games will close the program without actually closing the program and will then re-open the program while its doing this I catch a glimpse of the desktop.
    could i please get some help getting rid of this problem.
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       16 Nov 2015 #2

    Zizlialk said: View Post
    When I open up some programs like games will close the program without actually closing the program and will then re-open the program while its doing this I catch a glimpse of the desktop.
    could i please get some help getting rid of this problem.
    Is it hindering using the program/s? Is the 'glimpse' short as most are or is it of any measurable duration? Is the re-open actually opening a second instance of the program or just a single instance? The "close the program without actually closing the program" doesn't jibe with my computers except the MacBook Pro with OS X 10.11 which seems to close the window but leaves the program's icon in the Dock. Usually closing a program closes it completely but some time ago I recall a couple of programs would "close but stay resident", would be held in memory until rebooting or using Task Manager to "End Process".

    Or could the problem with Minimizing a program and clicking the icon on the Taskbar is causing the effect?

    Keep in mind the desktop you see is not static like a picture on the wall, it is dynamic and constantly being refreshed/redrawn albeit quite fast, usually not noticeable.
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  3.    16 Nov 2015 #3

    Berton said: View Post
    Is it hindering using the program/s? Is the 'glimpse' short as most are or is it of any measurable duration? Is the re-open actually opening a second instance of the program or just a single instance? The "close the program without actually closing the program" doesn't jibe with my computers except the MacBook Pro with OS X 10.11 which seems to close the window but leaves the program's icon in the Dock. Usually closing a program closes it completely but some time ago I recall a couple of programs would "close but stay resident", would be held in memory until rebooting or using Task Manager to "End Process".

    Or could the problem with Minimizing a program and clicking the icon on the Taskbar is causing the effect?

    Keep in mind the desktop you see is not static like a picture on the wall, it is dynamic and constantly being refreshed/redrawn albeit quite fast, usually not noticeable.
    it sort of hinder the use of the program because some of the program will crash, not all the time but most of the time also most full screen programs will not close not flicker and yes it does open another instance of the program and the closes the other instance but will open right where the other one closed at.
    if you have any input i would love to hear it.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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