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    relaunch the same as restart?

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    relaunch the same as restart?
    Sorry seems like a novice question, but if I relaunch finder does it use the start-up disk or is it something different?

    Thanks

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    relaunch the same as restart?

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    system 10.7.3

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    relaunch the same as restart?
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    No, re-launching Finder just means shutting it down and re-starting it. It does not necessitate a reboot. It would be the same as if you closed the File Explorer in Windows and re-started it.

    Also, you should update your copy of Lion to !0.7.4.

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    relaunch the same as restart?

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    Thanks... I had a glitch in a kernal.log.1 that ate the rest of my space. so zero free of a TB... somehow trash finally worked and now i have a bunch of free space, but finder is still frozen. so I am going to relaunch and update

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