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Old 11-29-2008, 03:49 AM
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Preventing programs from auto closing??

Anyone know of a tweak to registry or a program that changes the minimum amount of system ram before windows starts to shut down applications?
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Re: Preventing programs from auto closing??

well, kinda. there's only 1 app that I can think of that does this, HTC task mgr. and yes there is a registry setting for that app to set the low ram autoclose. sorry I don't have it handy as I don't use that app.
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Re: Preventing programs from auto closing??

try this. rename the extension to .reg
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Re: Preventing programs from auto closing??

anyone know where in the registry it is located? I looked around in shell, but found nothing...If i could reduce the minimum amount of ram before it starts auto closing apps to 5 or 6MB then Opera and Resco File explorer should stop closing my poor photo contacts running in background.


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Old 12-03-2008, 10:18 AM
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Re: Preventing programs from auto closing??

the htc one is something like
HKCU/software/HTC/TaskManager

see this Windows Mobile 6.1 auto closing programs fix
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