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RE: Why does restarting your computer/ phone work most of the time?

in #technology6 months ago

The analogy is correct. Restarting returns a device to a known state.

There might be a problem with the system configuration. Returning to a known state helps people figure this out.

Restarting the machine would turn off any programs that were started by accident. It also would recover from memory leaks or other problems that occurred with running programs.



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I wish I knew more about computers and tech than I do but I do know that restarting tends to fix most of this issues for me. Limiting the amount of programs that automatically add themselves to the startup is probably a good way to extend the life of a potato though.

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