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Hello Folks,
I have a dilemma, how do I remove the "Saved Sessions"? When I start my Ubuntu 7.04 system several windows open that were open when I selected the "Automatically Save Changes To Session" option. I would like to boot to a clean desktop not have several windows open up. Thanks in advance.


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Just close all windows/applications before you shut down the system.
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