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Old 12-14-2007, 11:46 AM
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Why the program can't close?

When I running some program, and click the x icon to close it, but it still running, I must go to the task manager to stop it, why? Thanks!
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That is how Windows Mobile was designed. Kinda dumb, huh? Anyway, there are lots of programs that change this behavior. WkTask, HTC X button, but my favorite is QuickMenu because it does Cascading Menus in addition to changing the X button behavior. Look in the Software forum for these programs.
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Old 12-14-2007, 11:21 PM
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That is how Windows Mobile was designed. Kinda dumb, huh? Anyway, there are lots of programs that change this behavior. WkTask, HTC X button, but my favorite is QuickMenu because it does Cascading Menus in addition to changing the X button behavior. Look in the Software forum for these programs.

I tried to use the quick menu, but it has the battery display, if I use it, there will be two battery display on right top, how can I remove the orginal battery display? Thanks!
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Old 12-18-2007, 09:14 PM
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I tried to use the quick menu, but it has the battery display, if I use it, there will be two battery display on right top, how can I remove the orginal battery display? Thanks!
Dude, just push start, then QuikMenu, option...
in VIEW, look for "show battery on taskbar" and uncheck it...
Then OK...
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