05-01-2008 05:49 PM
05-01-2008 11:28 PM
I've noticed the same thing, but I think it's a Windows problem because prior to installing 360 v1 or v2, MS Office, Adobe, and other programs I have stay in the Task Manager until you delete the duplicates. Windows Explorer is famous for being in there several times as are other Windows programs. Sometimes if you open and close a program, then try to reopen it the program will not load. You have to delete one or more instances of it from the Task Manager and then it will open.
Not a Norton problem. Windows has always been terrible at memory management.