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Is there anyway to disable Lion from going back to the last page of the applications opened. I just want Lion to always open a Home Page select (as in snow leopard). Tech at Genius bar said to look online as there is a way to do this? thanks.
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But to make it even easier for you.
Goto system Preferences>General and uncheck the box that says "Restore windows when quitting and re-opening Apps"

Makes me wonder why the Genius could tell you that as it was a easy fix
Steve's gone and there dropping the ball already ??


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Tmac,

Thank you and I'm sure you know it worked! You're right. The Genius Bar tech should probably have known that. He did solve my other problem so 1 for 2 wasn't bad. Thanks again for your help and speedy response.
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When opening Safari you can hold down the shift key and it will return to the home page if you do not want to uncheck restore windows.
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