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Now we're into week 31 of the "Top Question" of Super User in the Super User blog. Please post and vote for your favorite question for this week.

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In a busy week of Windows 8 news, and the developer preview a fair few Windows 8 questions showed, having myself installed it I took the opportunity to stay on top of a few.

This one in particular caught my eye as a strange question to be asking in the Windows world, where closing an app hasn't really changed in almost 2 decades. I quickly uploaded the first picture I found showing a keyboard windows key.

How do I exit a Modern UI app?

  • Are we really able to write an entire post on this though? – Simon Sheehan Sep 18 '11 at 2:29
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    @Simon there's already discussion underway of a general Windows 8 post. Also, remember that QotW does not have to be super in-depth, it can just report on what the post was very briefly. – nhinkle Sep 18 '11 at 2:56
  • @nhinkle oh okay, didn't see that – Simon Sheehan Sep 18 '11 at 3:05
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    I like this one. I anticipate a flood of questions on "How do I close this app??" The Palm Treo phones had a similar standby-type memory manager and I remember people asking "How do I close it?" An interesting blog post should be about the suspend process feature. – surfasb Sep 18 '11 at 16:50

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