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Disable automatic application termination in OS X
Authored by: blueatria on Aug 02, '12 10:55:02PM

I am not sure I believe it as simple as people are saying here. I have preview and textedit open most of the time with no windows open of either and use other applications and never see them terminated (or any other application for that matter) unless I quit them myself. Surely the automatic termination would take into account available system resources. I have a retina mbp with 16gb of ram running 10.8 so maybe there is no real contention for resources on my machine. Why would you automatically terminate a application if there is no contention for resource? Just my 2c.



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