Hi Guys, I've always struggled with explaining to people the difference between quitting an application and closing a window (when I'm helping someone switch to the Mac), since Windows just quits the application when you push the X, no matter what. I tend to just close the Safari and Mail windows and quit all other applications that I'm done working in. I know some applications will automatically quit when you push the close button to preserve memory. What I'm trying to say is that I, personally, like the Mac way better (and it is more efficient) but am not sure how to convey that. So, if you're helping someone switch, what is the best way to explain this concept? It usually gets a "I thought Macs were supposed to be easier" kind of look. I've considered not even bothering explaining it but I expect the person will end up with 20 open applications. Any ideas?