Re: Fn+F3

Jaroslav Gergic (
Tue, 4 Feb 1997 16:36:01 +0100

> Pressing Fn+F3 creates a state file for the app that you are in: it
> doesn't free up any memory, it uses up more! A way to delete state files
> that have been created on the internal drive is to do a soft reset. To
> close a program that resides on a card, tap the card icon.
> Best,
> John Justin

Fn+F3 closes application. Doesn't free up any memory, but don't uses
any more. But application is really closed and you can delete state
files manually using file manager. (state files are in


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