Ok, here is my problem. I love most of OS X Lion new "interface features", but as many peoples, I really don't like "resume", in fact, I really don't understand why someone ever considered it a "desirable feature", especially "by default". Really, when I close an app, that partly because I want to "clean" and start fresh again, when I reboot the computer, same thing. Having everything auto-resume is really, really just making desktop management more complicated and repetitive. Resume is perfect in iOS because everything is fullscreen, so you need it to keep state. On a desktop OS like OS X, really if I want to keep the tabs open i'll just minimize the window... ... ok, now that my rant is done. I have a "technical" question for you all. I know that you can turn off "app-quitting resume" in the System Preference in the General Tab. I know that since one of the update, you can keep the "reopen app on startup" box uncheck. Both are disabled. However, when I shutdown OS X, and an App, lets say Safari is open with dozens of tab, when i'll open safari again on a fresh startup, it will reopen every tab. It doesn't does that on regulat "cmd+q", really just after the app have been automatically shut down by OS X, while it is ... shutting down. So my question : HOW DO I STOP THIS BEHAVIOR ??!!!! (I'm just really pissed everytime it happen to me and it just did.) Thank you all for your future help.