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I can't tell you how many times I've hit the wrong sequence or the X in a Windows application to have it close/quit and lose data. So in my books, having the window close with the application running and giving me a chance to recover the data is an amazing thing..

Just to point out that different perspective of how OS X works. Don't bother equating it to Windows, Windows does what Windows does and OS X does what it wants..

I like being able to keep some applications running without the window being visible and being able to launch the window in a fraction of second as opposed to having to wait for the application to load..

It's not a matter of being user friendly or not, but you are comparing it to Windows and in that aspect it's different.

Once you learn to use it that way, it won't feel that out of place..

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