Hey everybody! I made this thread because i just read an article describing this trick, and it was unknown to me, but what i would like to know is if this is a feature or a bug or whatever... Basically, holding the power button to show the "Slide to shut down" screen and then holding the home button down to return to the springboard assured that all the apps would be purged from memory. I tested it and effectively resulted (at least) for me, the apps are still shown in the multitasking/recent list, but the OS has to load them all completely, none of them are resumed. Now i know, you're gonna tell me that this was known, and that i just wasted a post, and that i should die and maybe some mean but completely justified things... But if someone didn't knew this, well, they learned a new trick. I can't get why as the user isn't technically restarting, soft reseting or even respringing (is that the correct progressive term?)... Here's my second intention: if anyone has more info on this, or knows if this is some kind of feature or just a bug, i would gladly read all of your answers...or even how it happens. Till then, have a good night...or day...it depens on when you are right now.