I hope you can help me. I really like Q-Dir, but I have found that if I open a folder, exit back out of that folder, I cannot delete that folder. If I open a file in a folder (with a text editor or a word processor, for instance) and then close that file, I cannot delete that file.
In both cases, I have found that Q-Dir still is holding open the file (via a file handle). Even if I exit out of Q-Dir (File -> Exit), the file is still held by Q-Dir. This led me to find that Q-Dir is still listed in the Task Manager as a running process. I then have to END TASK on Q-Dir manually to terminate it in order to release the file handles.
Why doesn't Q-Dir properly terminate?
I am using Q-Dir 2.99. I have Windows XP Media Center with all updates (up to SP3) and am using Internet Explorer v7, Firefox v3, and Opera v9.5.
Lastly, if it matters, I am using a .QDR file to start up Q-Dir. If I start Q-Dir using a shortcut to the .EXE, this problem doesn't happen. I hope that is enough information to help you suggest a solution.
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